Adhesion, or Cold Welding, of Materials in Space Environments

    Committee C24
    Published: 1967

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    Table of Contents

    1-1 Some Aspects of the Surface Chemistry of Adhesion
    Adamson A.

    1-2 Clean Surfaces, Their Preparation and Characterization
    Roberts R.

    1-3 Gas-Surface Processes and LEED
    May J.

    1-4 Atomic Surface Structure of the Common Transition Metals and the Effect of Adhesion as Seen by Field Ion Microscopy
    Müller E., Nishikawa O.

    1-5 The Contribution of Sputtering to Our Knowledge of Plasma-Surface Interactions
    Wehner G.

    2-1 The Problems of Engineering Testing for Coldwelding
    Hammel R.

    2-2 Space Simulation Testing of the Adhesion of Materials
    Rittenhouse J.

    2-3 Adhesion of Metals in High Vacuum
    Hordon M.

    2-4 Definition and Evaluation of Parameters Which Influence the Adhesion of Metals
    Gilbreath W.

    2-5 Flight Reactor Materials Development, Self-Weld Studies
    Kellogg L.

    3-1 The Analysis of Metallic Adhesion Data
    Keller D.

    3-2 Cold Welding in Copper in an Ultra-High Vacuum
    Conrad H., Rice L.

    3-3 Solid-Phase Joining of 99.8 Per Cent Iron
    Johnson T.

    3-4 Adhesional Behavior of Air and Ultra-High Vacuum Formed Silicate Surfaces
    Baker M., Ryan J.

    3-5 Mineral Cleavage and Cohesive Strength of Single Crystals
    DeVore G.

    3-6 Production of Surface Electrostatic Charging on Dielectrics Cleaved in Vacuum: Theoretical
    Grossman J.

    4-1 The Influence of Crystal Structure, Orientation and Solubility on the Adhesion and Sliding Friction of Various Metal Single Crystals in Vacuum (10−11 Torr)
    Buckley D.

    4-2 Friction of Tungsten Disulfide Sliding in an Ultra-High Vacuum System
    Haltner A.

    4-3 The Wear of Electrodeposited Gold
    Antler M.

    4-4 A Statistical Method for the Study of Sliding Friction and Wear in Vacuum
    Podlaseck S., Shen H.

    Committee: C24

    DOI: 10.1520/STP431-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-6028-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-6182-5

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