Characterisation of monomolecular lubricant films

H. Störi, R. Kleiner, W. Werner, R. Kolm, I. Gebeshuber, C. Jogl

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Abstract

Additives play a major role in the formulation of new lubricants. They improve the quality and characteristics of base oils to match a wide spread variety of increasing demands. The adsorption of two additives namely 8-hydroxyquinoline and ricinoleic acid from their solutions in toluene onto pure copper under noble gas atmosphere was studied. The adsorption of both additives occurred under noble gas conditions. The binding of 8-hydroxyquinoline to copper resulted in a chemical shift of the 2p photoelectrons of the atoms at the surface, which equals the shift between pure copper and copper oxide. Adsorbed on the substrate formed a layer, which was less than a monolayer. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the Technische Akademie Esslingen 14th International Colloquium Tribology (Stuttgart/Ostfildern, Germany 1/13-15/2004).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTechnische Akademie Esslingen International Tribology Colloquium Proceedings
EditorsW.J. Bartz
Pages1663-1666
Number of pages4
Volume14 III
Publication statusPublished - 2004
Externally publishedYes
EventTechnisch Akademie Esslingen 14th International Colloquium Tribology: Tribology and Lubrication Engineering - Stuttgart/Ostfildern
Duration: 13 Jan 200415 Jan 2004

Other

OtherTechnisch Akademie Esslingen 14th International Colloquium Tribology: Tribology and Lubrication Engineering
CityStuttgart/Ostfildern
Period13/1/0415/1/04

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Lubricants
Inert gases
Copper
Adsorption
Copper oxides
Tribology
Chemical shift
Photoelectrons
Toluene
Monolayers
Atoms
Acids
Substrates
Oils

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Energy(all)

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Störi, H., Kleiner, R., Werner, W., Kolm, R., Gebeshuber, I., & Jogl, C. (2004). Characterisation of monomolecular lubricant films. In W. J. Bartz (Ed.), Technische Akademie Esslingen International Tribology Colloquium Proceedings (Vol. 14 III, pp. 1663-1666)

Characterisation of monomolecular lubricant films. / Störi, H.; Kleiner, R.; Werner, W.; Kolm, R.; Gebeshuber, I.; Jogl, C.

Technische Akademie Esslingen International Tribology Colloquium Proceedings. ed. / W.J. Bartz. Vol. 14 III 2004. p. 1663-1666.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Störi, H, Kleiner, R, Werner, W, Kolm, R, Gebeshuber, I & Jogl, C 2004, Characterisation of monomolecular lubricant films. in WJ Bartz (ed.), Technische Akademie Esslingen International Tribology Colloquium Proceedings. vol. 14 III, pp. 1663-1666, Technisch Akademie Esslingen 14th International Colloquium Tribology: Tribology and Lubrication Engineering, Stuttgart/Ostfildern, 13/1/04.
Störi H, Kleiner R, Werner W, Kolm R, Gebeshuber I, Jogl C. Characterisation of monomolecular lubricant films. In Bartz WJ, editor, Technische Akademie Esslingen International Tribology Colloquium Proceedings. Vol. 14 III. 2004. p. 1663-1666
Störi, H. ; Kleiner, R. ; Werner, W. ; Kolm, R. ; Gebeshuber, I. ; Jogl, C. / Characterisation of monomolecular lubricant films. Technische Akademie Esslingen International Tribology Colloquium Proceedings. editor / W.J. Bartz. Vol. 14 III 2004. pp. 1663-1666
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