Accession Number : ADA124558
Title : The Oxidation Stability of Deuterated Esters.
Corporate Author : GEO-CENTERS INC NEWTON UPPER FALLS MA
Report Date : Jan 1983
Pagination or Media Count : 54
Abstract : In both civilian and military systems the demand for lubricants exhibiting superior performance characteristics over a wide temperature range has increased dramatically since World War II. Neopentyl polyol esters introduced in the 1960s are a group of synthetic lubricants which meet these requirements. These esters exhibit very good thermal and oxidative stability at high temperatures ( 200 degrees C), excellent viscosity-temperature characteristics, and low pour and freeze points (-55 degrees C). Consequently, for adequate performance at high temperatures (220 degrees C), the neopentyl polyol esters have replaced the petroleum based fluids and the diesters, which were used prior to the 1940s and 1950s, respectively.
Descriptors : *ESTERS , *LUBRICANTS , *DEUTERIUM COMPOUNDS , STABILITY , OXIDATION , ALKALI METALS , ALKALI METAL COMPOUNDS
Subject Categories : Organic Chemistry
Lubricants and Hydraulic Fluids
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE