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Table 1 Condition and result of frictional experiments

From: Can clay minerals account for the behavior of non-asperity on the subducting plate interface?

Run no. Material Dry or wet Normal stress (MPa) Loading velocity (μm/s) Steady-state friction Healing rate
HTB156 Quartz Dry 15 3 0.65 0.012
HTB284 Quartz Wet (pure water) 15 3 0.64 0.014
HTB295 Quartz Wet (0.5 M NaCl) 15 3 0.62 0.016
HTB273 Illite Dry 15 3 0.61 0.002
HTB283 Illite Wet (pure water) 15 3 0.41 0.004
HTB287 Illite Wet (0.5 M NaCl) 15 3 0.43 0.005
HTB229 Saponite Dry 15 3 0.75 0.003
HTB279 Saponite Wet (pure water) 15 3 0.09 0.001
HTB289 Saponite Wet (0.5 M NaCl) 15 3 0.09 0.002
HTB234 Chlorite Dry 15 3 0.39 0.001
HTB286 Chlorite Wet (pure water) 15 3 0.18 0.001
HTB294 Chlorite Wet (0.5 M NaCl) 15 3 0.16 0.001
  1. Steady-state friction is data observed at 10 mm shear displacement