Study of the friction, adhesion and mechanical properties of single crystals, ceramics and ceramic coatings by AFM
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This paper reviews commonly used methods of analyzing and interpreting friction, adhesion and nanoindentation with an AFM tip test data, with a particular emphasis of the testing of single crystals, metals, ceramics and ceramic coatings. Experimental results are reported on the friction, mechanical and adhesion properties of these materials. The popularity of AFM testing is evidenced by the large quantity of papers that report such measurements in the last decade. Unfortunately, a lot of information about these topics is scare in the literature. The present paper is aimed to present the basic physical modelling employed and also some examples using each technique.
CitationRoa, J. [et al.]. Study of the friction, adhesion and mechanical properties of single crystals, ceramics and ceramic coatings by AFM. "Journal of the european ceramic society", 06 Abril 2011, vol. 31, núm. 4, p. 429-449.