Ionic Nanofluids in Tribology
AbstractThis overview covers the most recent developments in the field of ionic nanofluid lubricants, defined as dispersions of nanoparticles with ionic liquids through the activation of nanophases. The nanophases range from metal nanoparticles and ceramic inorganic nanoparticles, to different carbon nanophases. The combinations with room-temperature ionic liquids can be in the form of mixtures, dispersions, surface-modified nanophases, or chemically-functionalized nanophases. The new ionic nanofluids can be used as base lubricants, as lubricant additives, or as anti-friction and wear-reducing additives in new nanocomposite materials. View Full-Text
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Saurín, N.; Espinosa, T.; Sanes, J.; Carrión, F.-J.; Bermúdez, M.-D. Ionic Nanofluids in Tribology. Lubricants 2015, 3, 650-663.
Saurín N, Espinosa T, Sanes J, Carrión F-J, Bermúdez M-D. Ionic Nanofluids in Tribology. Lubricants. 2015; 3(4):650-663.Chicago/Turabian Style
Saurín, Noelia; Espinosa, Tulia; Sanes, José; Carrión, Francisco-José; Bermúdez, María-Dolores. 2015. "Ionic Nanofluids in Tribology." Lubricants 3, no. 4: 650-663.