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Friction-induced transfer of carbon quantum dots on the interface: Microscopic and spectroscopic studies on the role of inorganic-organic hybrid nanoparticles as multifunctional additive for enhanced lubrication
Ye, Mengting; Cai, Tao; Shang, Wangji; Zhao, Lina; Zhang, Yunxiao; Liu, Dan; Liu, Shenggao
2018
Source PublicationTRIBOLOGY INTERNATIONAL
Volume127Pages:557-567
AbstractInorganic organic hybrid carbon quantum dots (CQDs) attached the structure of diphenylamine (DPA) on the surfaces (CQDs(-N)) have been successfully prepared by one-step pyrolysis method at lower temperature. The obtained N-doped carbon dots (CQDs(-N)) were spherical particles with a narrow size distribution exhibiting photoluminescent property, which are also proved to be an multifunctional additive exhibiting not only antioxidant but also antiwear and friction-reducing performances. Even tested under higher load, CQDs(-N) still exhibited superior friction-reducing performance till now in polyethylene glycol (PEG) for steel/steel pairs. The function of CQDs(-N) with polar nature, acting as bearing balls and depositing on the interface to form non-uniform protective film, might account for the excellent antiwear and friction-reducing performances under boundary lubrication.
KeywordWater-based Lubricants One-step Synthesis Tribological Properties Graphene Oxide Ionic Liquids Energy-efficient Cutting Fluid Borate Ester Engine Oil Performance
Subject AreaMaterials Science
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.nimte.ac.cn/handle/174433/17090
Collection2018专题
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Ye, Mengting,Cai, Tao,Shang, Wangji,et al. Friction-induced transfer of carbon quantum dots on the interface: Microscopic and spectroscopic studies on the role of inorganic-organic hybrid nanoparticles as multifunctional additive for enhanced lubrication[J]. TRIBOLOGY INTERNATIONAL,2018,127:557-567.
APA Ye, Mengting.,Cai, Tao.,Shang, Wangji.,Zhao, Lina.,Zhang, Yunxiao.,...&Liu, Shenggao.(2018).Friction-induced transfer of carbon quantum dots on the interface: Microscopic and spectroscopic studies on the role of inorganic-organic hybrid nanoparticles as multifunctional additive for enhanced lubrication.TRIBOLOGY INTERNATIONAL,127,557-567.
MLA Ye, Mengting,et al."Friction-induced transfer of carbon quantum dots on the interface: Microscopic and spectroscopic studies on the role of inorganic-organic hybrid nanoparticles as multifunctional additive for enhanced lubrication".TRIBOLOGY INTERNATIONAL 127(2018):557-567.
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