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Subjects Green chemistry Materials for devices. Abstract Lubricating technologies are essential for saving energy and identifying effective, environmentally friendly layered materials that meet the demands of solid lubricants is an important direction. Introduction With the rapid development of human civilisation, energy consumption is constantly increasing.

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Results Probing the relationships between load-carrying capacity and crystal structure We tested MoS 2 , graphite, magnesium silicate hydroxide Mg 6 Si 4 O 10 OH 8 ; hereafter referred to as MgSH , magnesium aluminium layered double hydroxides [Mg 0. To better illustrate the beneficial technical effects of the invention, composite materials were prepared in accordance with the previously described method.

These materials included a porous nickel and a sintered nickelchromium alloy which were vacuum impregnated with a molten barium fluoride-calcium fiouride eutectic.