New surfactants for soluble extreme pressure cutting oils.

Citation:

A Aserin, N Garti, and E YANIR. 1989. “New surfactants for soluble extreme pressure cutting oils.” Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, 10, 3, Pp. 251–264.

Abstract:

Brominated or chlorinated nonionic surfactants for sol. extreme pressure cutting oils are significantly more efficient than cycloparaffins. The performance of the surfactants is a function of the emulsion stability and its availability to the surface in contact with the metal. Surfactants with sufficient Cl or Br contents have excellent wear and friction properties. [on SciFinder(R)]
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