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“Review Introduction The emphasis for nanocomposite materials by the scientific community and the industry continues to grow and to develop. The new allotropes of carbon
transformations observed recently give to this material a privileged place and as well as an interesting prospect in various fields such as energy, mechanics, and superconductivity [1–6]. The high performance of polymer nanocomposites offers new perspectives in the materials science field. The substitution of heavy metal parts in many applications has become possible, thanks to the benefits offered by polymers containing carbon
nanotubes. Lightness, elasticity, and corrosion resistance make these nanocomposites very competitive in various fields PLEK2 of technology [7–9]. The intensification of industrial processes today is to greatly extend based on the durability of machine assembly units and equipment working in friction units. This durability is of particular importance for friction units which operate in extreme conditions, particularly in a hostile environment, at high temperatures, etc. Thus, there is the need of development of new Osimertinib research buy wear-resistant materials with a low friction coefficient (kfr), high values of wear resistance with thermal conductivity, which would be resistant to hostile environments. The latter is a topical issue in our days, although there is no unique solution to the cited above issue. Indeed, there are several ways to extend the capability of the existing materials in order to be used in the abovementioned conditions. Experimental In the present study, we investigate the possibility of making a new wear-resistant material in hostile environments, the nanocomposite materials (NCM) based on a fluoroplastic matrix F4 and on multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MCNT). These nanotubes were obtained by CVD method in a rotating reactor .