Bonding of molybdenum disulfide to various materials to form a solid lubricating film 1: the bonding mechanism
Description: Report presenting the use of molybdenum disulfide as a solid film lubricant in applications where designs or temperatures preclude liquid lubricants is dependent on successful bonding of the powder to the surface to be lubricated. An investigation was conducted to determine the basic mechanism of bonding and to extend application of the bonding to a variety of materials. Results regarding an examination of electron diffraction of MoS2 dusted and rubbed on steel, adherence of dry powders to metals, chemical action in bonding mechanism, other resin-forming liquid vehicles, bonding of MoS2 and other powders to various materials, and analysis of solid film by electron diffraction are provided.
Date: February 1952
Creator: Godfrey, Douglas & Bisson, Edmond E.
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