Subject: How are solid lubricants (fluronated and non-fluronated H-C waxes) made?
Date: Thu Aug 27 20:26:42 1998
Posted by Scott Stanton
Grade level: undergrad
School: Boise State University
City: Boise State/Province: Idaho
Area of science: Chemistry
I am interested in synthesizing relatively pure, non-fluronated
hydrocarbon waxes of varying hardness for use as solid lubrication on
snow skis. Is this a difficult process (I have experience in
analytical chemistry and access to reagents, glassware, etc.....) Any
advice would be appreciated.
Re: How are solid lubricants (fluronated and non-fluronated H-C waxes) made?
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