The premier symposium on Surfactants in Tribology, held in Seoul in 2006, was an enormously successful event that generated a high level of interest in the topic, leading to the publication of the first volume in this series in 2008. The tremendous response was echoed at the follow-up symposium in Berlin that same year, and leading researchers, many of whom participated in the second event, were invited to submit chapters for Surfactants in Tribology, Volume Two. Reflecting the cumulative wisdom of a contingent of researchers, this text explores all-new topics critical to the future of tribology.
Topics discussed in this second volume include:
Tribological phenomena are of significant importance in a host of industries ranging from simple products to high-tech devices. This volume and its predecessor reflect the sage contributions of a cadre of experts who report on current possibilities and future potential for harnessing sur
Part I: Films, Membranes, and Self-Assembled Monolayers: Relevance to Tribological Behavior. Tribological Properties of Self-Assembled Monolayers. Nano-Tribological Properties of Aromatic and Polyaromatic Thiol Self-Assembled Monolayers. Friction of Graphite against Silane-Functionalized Silicon Wafers. Frictional Properties of Physisorbed Layers of Self-Organized Molecules at Solid–Liquid Interface. Temperature Dependence of Molecular Packing in Self-Assembled Monolayer Films. Mechanical Properties of Phospholipid-Based Biolubricant Films and Membranes. Part II: Emulsions and Aqueous Systems: Relevance to Tribological Phenomena. Influence of Surfactants on Wetting and Colloidal Processes of Lubricant Emulsions on Metal Surfaces. Surfactant Effects on Bio-Based Emulsions Used as Lubrication Fluids. Hydrolyzed Fatty Oil Surfactants as Friction Modifiers at Water-in-Oil Emulsion Interface. Antiwear and Antiseizure Properties of Aqueous Solutions of Alkyl Polyglucosides.Formulation Effects on the Lubricity of O/W Emulsions Used as Oil Well Working Fluids. Part III: Biobased Lubricants. Estolides: Biobased Lubricants. Development and Tribological Behavior of Advanced Biobased Lubricants. Characterization of Surface-Active Materials Derived from Farm Products. Chemically Modified Fatty Acid Methyl Esters: Their Potential Use as Lubrication Fluids and Surfactants. Vaporization and Carbonization Tendency of Vegetable Oils as a Function of Chemical Composition: Morphology of Carbon Deposits on Steel Surfaces at Elevated Temperature. Part IV: General Topics and Applications. Surface Chemistry at the Tribological Interface. The Role of Surface Science in Magnetic Recording Tribology. Improving Organic Antiwear and Friction Modifier Compounds for Automotive Applications. Antimicrobial–Surface Activity Relationship of Novel Di-Schiff Base Cationic Gemini Amphiphiles Bearing Homogeneous Hydrophobes.In