The tribofragmentation behaviour of organic phosphorus compounds is very important for their application as antiwear and extreme-pressure additives. The objective of this review therefore is to summarize and evaluate the results of some recent research into the thermal and tribological properties of a series of mono- and dithiophosphate esters and amides by a systematic comparison of their structure, thermal stability and friction and wear properties. The experimental data show that the chemical structure of an additive greatly influences its physico-chemical and tribological properties. For high temperature performance it is essential that the additive is sufficiently stable to degrade only in the friction zone and not at the temperature of the bulk fluid.
Tribology International – Elsevier
Published: Mar 1, 1997
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