Accession Number:

AD0260665

Title:

BASIC FACTORS IN THE FORMATION AND STABILITY OF NON-SOAP LUBRICATING GREASES FOR USE AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURES

Corporate Author:

LEHIGH UNIV BETHLEHEM PA INST OF RESEARCH

Report Date:

1961-07-01

Abstract:

The study of carbon blacks for use as thickeners in non-soap greases indicates that blacks with areas greater than 100 sqmg and low volatile content possess the most desirable properties. Sufficient ion-incorporated silicas have now been prepared and subjected to stability tests in non-soap grease systems to definitely establish the enhancement of properties of the treated solids relative to the untreated silica. Such treated solids show great promise or use at elevated temperatures. A limited study was made of the surface properties of ion-incorporated samples by adsorption techniques. Preparation of high area MoS2 is al o reported. Author

Pages:

0001

Contract Number:

AF33 616 7120

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