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This paper deals with the formulation of colloidal graphite lubricant for special applications by the use of nonionic wetting and dispersing agents. The lubricant was stable for 56 months and met the other requirement of the specification for such lubricants. In conclusion some suggestions are...
Chlorofluorocarbons, better known as CFCs, were developed more than 50 years ago as safe alternatives to the unpleasant sulphur dioxode and ammonia then in use in refrigerator compressors.
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