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challenge to all which therotically would be a better lubricant for machinery silane or graphite iknow it doyou just a game or brainstormer be logical>>>>>>>!!!!!!
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challenge to all which therotically would be a better lubricant for machinery silane or graphite iknow it doyou just a game or brainstormer be logical>>>>>>>!!!!!!
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Water vapor is a necessary component for graphite lubrication.
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@mayankdevnani are u with an answer
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Water vapor is a necessary component for graphite lubrication. The adsorption of water reduces the bonding energy between the hexagonal planes of the graphite to a lower level than the adhesion energy between a substrate and the graphite. Because water vapor is a requirement for lubrication, graphite is not effective in vacuum.
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actually if u see graphite is made of cc sp2 bond and silane of si0si .silane bond is very strong as compared to that of graphite moreover both have lubricating properties .but c bonds can easily break in high temp. of machine leading to soot formation and other by producys leading to formation of materials that can jam themachinery.well i didnt knew about u r reason thanks for that well one more favour can u tell me in which class u r in
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Graphite is characterized by two main groups: natural and synthetic
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The higher the carbon content and the degree of graphitization (high crystalline) the better the lubricity and resistance to oxidation in synthetic graphite....so its lubricant is WATER VAPOR.
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ok @thinker1 then sorry i don't think
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thnx.. @mikala1 you too..
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what? it's finish lol ...hahaha
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but i have studied its lubricity mainly due to weak vanderwall's forces which enable slipping of one layer over other
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it's another reason and in which class you are?
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be with me for a second
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thank you it's my limit
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ok i got it i admire u r knowledge thanks and dont cal me sir only a yaer older than u!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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@thinker1 i completed your challenge!!!
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