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Interfacial Interactions and Tribological Behaviour of Metal-Oxide/2D-Material Contacts
This work combines experimental atomic force microscopy (AFM) and DFT simulations to study oxidized metal (oxidized copper & titanium) and 2D material (graphene & MoS2) interfaces. Combining AFM and DFT allowed identifying the interfacial interaction and established a correlation between tribological behavior, interfacial charge distribution, and variations in the potential energy profile with sliding along the metal/2D-materials interfaces. The TiO2 (rutile) and CuO (cupric oxide) metal oxidesdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-373939/v1 fatcat:ggzktpngwbhsnmujiduyvcyy3y