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Reviews

Atomistic modeling of friction

N. J. Mosey and M. H. Müser,
Atomistic modeling of friction,
Rev. Comp. Chem. 25, 67-124 (2007),
K. B. Lipkowitz, R. Larter, and T. R. Cundari, Eds., Wiley-VCH, New York
Available upon request.



Theory and simulation of friction and lubrication

M. H. Müser,
Theory and simulation of friction and lubrication,
Lecture Notes in Physics 704, 65-104 (Springer, Berlin, 2006). (reprint, 3.5M).



Statistische Mechanik der Reibung und die Amontons’schen Gesetze

M. H. Müser,
Statistische Mechanik der Reibung und die Amontons’schen Gesetze,
Physik Journal 2 (Nr. 9), 43-48 (2003); (preprint).



Statistical mechanics of static and low-velocity kinetic friction

M. H. Müser, M. Urbakh, and M. O. Robbins,
Statistical mechanics of static and low-velocity kinetic friction,
Adv. Chem. Phys. 126, 187-272 (2003). Available upon request.



Atomistic simulations of solid friction

M. H. Müser,
Atomistic simulations of solid friction,
(invited chapter for) Lecture Notes in Physics Vol. 605, Bridging the Time Scales: Molecular Simulations for the Next Decade (Springer, Berlin, 2002); (pdf-preprint).



Computer Simulations of friction, lubrication and wear

M. O. Robbins and M. H. Müser,
Computer Simulations of friction, lubrication and wear,
invited review article in Modern Tribology Handbook, pp. 717-765
Ed. B. Bhushan (CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2001); cond-mat/0001056.



Path-integral simulations for rotors: Theory and applications

D. Marx and M. H. Müser,
Path-integral simulations for rotors: Theory and applications,
invited review article in J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 11, R117-R155 (1999).