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INFLUENCE OF RELATIVE HUMIDITY ON FRICTION CHARACTERISTICS OF THIN FILM DISK MEDIA
Journal of the Magnetics Society of Japan
The influence of relative humidity on friction characteristics of thin-film disk media is investigated. The thickness of H 2 0 layer adhering to disk media varies greatly with relative humidity, lubricant thickness and functional end groups, thus directly affecting the static friction coefficient. A disk medium coated 20 A thick with a functional liquid lubricant shows a static friction coefficient of less than 0.2, even after a standing time of up to 120 hours under 90% RH.doi:10.3379/jmsjmag.13.s1_207 fatcat:dibwndklgnhuljmuomn2h6nd5y