# Rolling disk, energy before pure rotational?

Suppose a solid disk of radius R is given an angular speed about an axis through its center and then lowered to a horizontal surface and released, the coefficient of friction between disk and surface is u. What is the distance travelled before pure rolling occurs?

Conservation of Momentum is applied because no net torque.

The work done by the friction of the disk, fx is used to find the distance x travelled. however i do not know which energy has been changed into work done by friction. What is meant by pure rolling? Only translational and rotational? I'm stuck here.

$$E = \frac{1}{2}I\omega ^2$$