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RETRACTED: Improved Lubrication Properties and Characterization of GO Nanoparticles as Lubricant Additives on Hypereutectic Al-17Si/AISI25100 Steel Sliding Pair

Published June 14, 2018 by SAE International in United States
RETRACTED: Improved Lubrication Properties and Characterization of GO Nanoparticles as Lubricant Additives on Hypereutectic Al-17Si/AISI25100 Steel Sliding Pair
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Citation: Malleswara Rao, K., Niranjan Kumar, I., and Praveen Kumar, R., "RETRACTED: Improved Lubrication Properties and Characterization of GO Nanoparticles as Lubricant Additives on Hypereutectic Al-17Si/AISI25100 Steel Sliding Pair," SAE Int. J. Fuels Lubr. 11(2):201-215, 2018, https://doi.org/10.4271/04-11-02-0010.
Language: English

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