Tribological Properties of Nanolamellar MoS2 Doped with Copper Nanoparticles

Vladimir An, Yuri Irtegov

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Abstract

This study aimed at examining the tribological properties of nanolamellar molybdenum disulfide doped with copper nanoparticles. Nanolamellar molybdenum disulfide was produced using self-propagating high-temperature synthesis via the reaction between elementary sulfur and nanosized molybdenum powder prepared by electrical explosion of wires. Copper nanoparticles were also prepared by electrical explosion of copper wires. Comparative tribological tests were carried out for nanolamellar and commercial molybdenum disulfides doped with 7 wt.% of copper nanoparticles. It was demonstrated that doping copper nanoparticles additives reduce wear of the friction body when using both commercial and nanolamellar molybdenum disulfide.

Original languageEnglish
Article number731073
JournalJournal of Nanomaterials
Volume2014
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 10 Sep 2014

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Molybdenum
Copper
Nanoparticles
Explosions
Wire
Sulfur
Powders
Doping (additives)
Wear of materials
Friction
molybdenum disulfide
Temperature

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Tribological Properties of Nanolamellar MoS2 Doped with Copper Nanoparticles. / An, Vladimir; Irtegov, Yuri.

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