publication . Article . Other literature type . 2013

A Review of Ionic Liquid Lubricants

Patrick C. Howlett; Maria Forsyth; Anthony Somers; Douglas R. MacFarlane;
Open Access English
  • Published: 21 Jan 2013 Journal: Lubricants (issn: 2075-4442, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
Due to ever increasing demands on lubricants, such as increased service intervals, reduced volumes and reduced emissions, there is a need to develop new lubricants and improved wear additives. Ionic liquids (ILs) are room temperature molten salts that have recently been shown to offer many advantages in this area. The application of ILs as lubricants in a diverse range of systems has found that these materials can show remarkable protection against wear and significantly reduce friction in the neat state. Recently, some researchers have shown that a small family of ILs can also be incorporated into non-polar base oils, replacing traditional anti-wear additives, ...
free text keywords: ionic liquids, lubricant, lubricants additives, miscibility, wear results, surface characterization, surface interactions, Science, Q, Phosphorus, chemistry.chemical_element, chemistry, Chemical engineering, Fluorine, Ionic liquid, chemistry.chemical_compound, Boron, Materials science, Ion, Adsorption, Organic chemistry
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