Increased elasticity and damping capacity of diamond-like carbon coatings by immobilized C 60 fullerene clusters

Hee Kyung Yang, Mahdi Khadem, Oleksiy V. Penkov, Dae Eun Kim

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Material loss and plastic deformation induced by frictional interactions at moving mechanical interfaces continue to be major issues responsible for efficiency and performance degradation of systems. Establishment of fully elastic interactions in the contact region without compromising the structural rigidity and integrity of materials represents a promising solution. In this study, we report on improving the elasticity, damping properties, ductility and wear resistance of diamond-like carbon (DLC) coatings through introducing an immobilized C 60 cluster layer. The C 60 clusters were immobilized using cysteamine (HS(CH 2 ) 2 NH 2 ) self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) attached to a pre-sputtered Au layer. A Ni adhesive layer was deposited onto plasma cleaned Si (100) substrates prior to Au, SAM-C 60 , and DLC deposition. Precise dynamic ultra nano-indentation tests indicated a drastic improvement in elasticity and damping capacity of the C 60 -DLC hybrid (Ni-Au-SAM/C 60 -DLC) multilayer coating compared to those of the C 60 -free (Ni-Au-DLC) multilayer. The behavior of the coatings under reciprocating contact conditions was evaluated. Quantification of the resistance of the coatings against wear and permanent deformation revealed a significant improvement in the wear rate from ∼3.38 × 10 -8 to ∼5.14 × 10 -10 mm 3 N -1 mm -1 upon incorporation of the immobilized C 60 clusters. The corresponding mechanisms were assessed through experiments and finite element (FE) simulations.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2863-2870
Number of pages8
JournalNanoscale
Volume11
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019 Feb 14

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Diamond
Fullerenes
Elasticity
Diamonds
Carbon
Damping
Self assembled monolayers
Coatings
Multilayers
Wear of materials
Cysteamine
Nanoindentation
Rigidity
Wear resistance
Ductility
Plastic deformation
Adhesives
fullerene C60
Plasmas
Degradation

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Yang, Hee Kyung ; Khadem, Mahdi ; Penkov, Oleksiy V. ; Kim, Dae Eun. / Increased elasticity and damping capacity of diamond-like carbon coatings by immobilized C 60 fullerene clusters In: Nanoscale. 2019 ; Vol. 11, No. 6. pp. 2863-2870.
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