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Lubricants, Volume 7, Issue 1 (January 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The suspension of nanoparticles is one the most important issues in nanolubricants. Authors studied [...] Read more. The suspension of nanoparticles is one the most important issues in nanolubricants. Authors studied the effects of functionalization and the size of various nanoparticles on their performance in suspension in lubricating oils. They showed that a minimal thickness of the grafted layer in surfactant-modified nanoparticles was responsible for suspending small nanoparticles (<50 nm). Larger nanoparticles were suitable for the silanization of alkoxysilane due to increased grafting density. View this paper.