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Copolymers of Castor and Corn Oils with Lauryl Methacrylate as Green Lubricating Additives
Egyptian Journal of Chemistry
During the last few years, the greener additives prepared from bio-raw materials with low-cost and multifunctional applications have attracted considerable attention in the field of lubricant industry. In the present work, copolymers derived from castor and corn oils with decyl methacrylate were prepared by free radical polymerization using benzoyl peroxide (BPO) as a thermal initiator. Direct polymerization of fatty acid double bonds results in the development of environmentally friendlydoi:10.21608/ejchem.2021.61665.3327 fatcat:uudbfjtkrfelra5g2o2oxpt3s4