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has increased enormously since about 1950, and for high-technology applications it is now generally preferred to graphite. In crude form, molybdenum disulfide is found naturally, sometimes in very large quantities, as molybdenite, the most common ore of molybdenum. Like graphite, molybdenum disulfide is a dark gray crystalline material with a hexagonal layer-lattice structure. The bond strengths within the layers are very high, whereas those between layers are very low. The load-carrying capacity normal to the crystal planes is therefore high, and the shear strength parallel to the crystal layers is very low. Unlike graphite, molybdenum disulfide does not require the presence of adsorbed moisture or other vapors to give low interplanar strength. Its low friction is therefore an inherent property which is maintained in high vacuum and in dry atmospheres. Molybdenum disulfide starts to oxidize significantly above 350 C in oxygen and 450 C in air, but the main oxidation product is molybdic oxide, which is itself a fair high-temperature lubricant. In high vacuum the disulfide is said to be stable to 1000 C, and it outgasses (evaporates) very slowly, so that it has been widely used in space. The adhesion to metals and many other solid surfaces is excellent, and durable coatings can be produced on metal surfaces by burnishing (a coating of loose powder is rubbed into the surface to give a very thin, shiny, and strong film). The powder may be applied free or from dispersion in a volatile liquid. Durable coatings can also be obtained by sputtering, but this technique is expensive and is not widely used. Bonded coatings are widely used, in which molybdenum disulfide powder is incorporated in almost any effective adhesive, including many polymers, natural resins, or molten solids. The performance of the softer bonded coatings is also improved if they are carefully burnished before use. The coefficient of friction of burnished films varies from 0.02 to about 0.12. But for bonded films the friction depends on the nature of the binder and the percentage composition, and it can vary from 0.02 to about 0.3. Molybdenum disulfide is often added to oils or greases to give high load-carrying capacity, especially at low running speeds. There is also strong evidence that the addition of up to 2 percent to vehicle engine oils produces a small but significant fuel savings without any apparent disadvantages. At one time molybdenum disulfide suffered considerable criticism, especially for reported corrosion of steels and aluminum. Some of this may have been due to its use in conjunction with graphite. Some was certainly caused by failure to understand that solid lubricants, unlike oils and greases, do not normally protect against corrosion. It is probably fair to say that molybdenum disulfide is now well understood and that, when properly used, it is a very valuable solid lubricant.
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20.9.3 Polytetrafluoroethylene Abbreviated PTFE, polytetrafluoroethylene is a polymer produced from ethylene in which all the hydrogen atoms have been replaced by fluorine atoms. This fluorination produces a material of very high chemical stability and low intermolecular bond strength, while the polymerization of an ethylene-type molecule gives long, straight molecular chains. The result is a white solid which consists of masses of parallel long-chain molecules that slide easily past one another. This leads to the same sort of low shear strength parallel to the chains which is found in molybdenum disulfide and to a high
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20.9.4 Miscellaneous Solid Lubricants Other solid lubricants are used to a relatively minor degree, in situations where they have specific advantages. They can be classified in three broad categories: inorganics, polymers, and metals. The inorganics include a number of materials similar to molybdenum disulfide, known generally as the lubricating dichalcogenides. None of these occurs naturally, and the synthetic materials are relatively expensive. Tungsten disulfide has a higher oxidation temperature, and both tungsten disulfide and tungsten diselenide oxidize more slowly than molybdenum disulfide. Niobium diselenide has better electrical conductivity and has been used in electric contact brushes, but in fact molybdenum disulfide composites have been shown to be equally satisfactory. Other inorganics have been used for their much higher temperature limits, and these include molybdic oxide, boron nitride, graphite fluoride, and calcium fluoride. The low friction and chemical inertness of PTFE make it difficult to bond to other materials, and two other fluorinated polymers have been recommended for their better bonding behavior: polyvinylfluoride (PVF2) and polytrifluorochloroethylene (PTFCE). But in both cases the advantages of better bonding and slightly higher structural strength are offset by higher friction. For higher temperatures, polyimide, polysulfones, and polyphenylene sulfide can be used unlubricated. Other polymers, such as nylons, acetals, and phenolics, are occasionally used unlubricated where sliding speeds are low, but they require lubrication by oil, grease, or water for really useful performance. Silver, gold, and tin have useful antigalling properties in slow sliding, but metallic coatings are mainly used as lubricants only in high vacuum, where silver, gold, barium, gallium, and lead have all been used successfully.
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