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The Decomposition Mechanisms and Thermal Stability of ZDOL Lubricant on Hydrogenated Carbon Overcoats

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Chao-Yuan Chen, Jianjun Wei, Walton Fong, David B. Bogy

Computer Mechanics Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 94720

C. Singh Bhatia

SSD/IBM, 5600 Cottle Road, San Jose, CA 95193

J. Tribol 122(2), 458-464 (Aug 03, 1999) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.555382 History: Received February 02, 1999; Revised August 03, 1999
Copyright © 2000 by ASME
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Figures

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The friction coefficient curves of ZDOL lubricated CHx disks on uncoated Al2O3/TiC slider and carbon-coated slider
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The integrated mass spectrum of ZDOL decomposition products generated at the carbon-coated slider/CHx disk interface
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The integrated mass spectrum of ZDOL decomposition products generated at the uncoated slider/CHx disk interface
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The desorption mass spectrum of the major ZDOL fragments in UHV
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The thermal desorption profile of four primary decomposed fragments of ZDOL
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The thermal desorption profile of fragment CFO (47) using two different heating rate: one at 0.2 K/s and the other at 1.6 K/s
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The desorbed mass spectrum of mobile ZDOL fragments produced from the ZDOL/CHx disk at 352 K
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The desorbed mass spectrum of bonded ZDOL fragments produced from the ZDOL/CHx disk at 429 K
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The thermal desorption profile of (a) H2, (b) CO, and (c) CO2 with/without sample on the heater
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The thermal desorption profile of (a) CFO, and (b) CF2O with/without sample on the heater
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The thermal desorption profile of ZDOL fragments F (19) and HF (20)

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