Nanoparticle amorphous lanthanum borate with a particle size of 20–40 nm was prepared with a Replacing Solvent Dry technique and characterized using TEM and XRD. Its tribological properties as a wear resistance additive of lubricating oil were evaluated with a four-ball tribotester. The wear scar was characterized with XPS. The wear resistance and load carrying capacity of 500 SN base oil was improved by the lanthanum borate. Diboron trioxide and FeB were formed on the wear scar surface. These tribochemical reaction products as well as some depositions formed a wear resistance film on the rubbing surface, which provided the oil with an excellent load carrying capacity.
Wear – Elsevier
Published: Aug 28, 2000
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