## Structural lubricity in soft and hard matter systems

2020
Vanossi, Andrea
Urbakh, Michael
Journal article
Published
##### Published in
Nature Communications ; 11 (2020), 1. - 4657. - Nature Publishing Group. - eISSN 2041-1723
##### Abstract
Over the recent decades there has been tremendous progress in understanding and controlling friction between surfaces in relative motion. However the complex nature of the involved processes has forced most of this work to be of rather empirical nature. Two very distinctive physical systems, hard two-dimensional layered materials and soft microscopic systems, such as optically or topographically trapped colloids, have recently opened novel rationally designed lines of research in the field of tribology, leading to a number of new discoveries. Here, we provide an overview of these emerging directions of research, and discuss how the interplay between hard and soft matter promotes our understanding of frictional phenomena.
530 Physics
##### Cite This
ISO 690VANOSSI, Andrea, Clemens BECHINGER, Michael URBAKH, 2020. Structural lubricity in soft and hard matter systems. In: Nature Communications. Nature Publishing Group. 11(1), 4657. eISSN 2041-1723. Available under: doi: 10.1038/s41467-020-18429-1
BibTex
@article{Vanossi2020-09-16Struc-51057,
year={2020},
doi={10.1038/s41467-020-18429-1},
title={Structural lubricity in soft and hard matter systems},
number={1},
volume={11},
journal={Nature Communications},
author={Vanossi, Andrea and Bechinger, Clemens and Urbakh, Michael},
note={Article Number: 4657}
}

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