2006 journal article

Superconductivity dependent friction of water, nitrogen, and superheated he films adsorbed on Pb(111)


By: M. Highland n & J. Krim n

Contributors: M. Highland n & J. Krim n

TL;DR: A quartz crystal microbalance study of sliding friction levels in N2, H2O, and superheated He films adsorbed on Pb(111) substrates alternating in and out of the superconducting state reveals that repetitive cycling of an externally applied magnetic field may impact friction. (via Semantic Scholar)
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