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The tribological properties of N2+ implanted AuAgCu alloy and palladium in sliding contact with gold electroplate

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1 Author(s)
Leech, Patrick W. ; Telecom Australia Res. Lab., Melbourne, Vic., Australia

Flats comprising Au24Ag6Cu alloy and electroplated palladium were nitrogen implanted to a dosage of 2×1017 ions-cm-2 to determine the effects of this treatment on friction and sliding wear behavior. Experiments were conducted using a reciprocating rider-on-flat apparatus in which the hemispherical countersurface consisted of electroplated cobalt gold. The applied load was 100 gmf with an amplitude of sliding of 0.5 cm. The N2+ implantation of the Au24Ag6Cu and the electroplated palladium produced a transition from the severe adhesive process of prow formation

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Components, Hybrids, and Manufacturing Technology, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 2 )