How Does Lubricant Oxidize? A Beginner’s Guide

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Oil oxidation is an undesirable series of chemical reactions involving oxygen that degrades the quality of an oil; it is the primary degradation mechanism for in service lubricating oils. The reaction occurs between oil, additive molecules and oxygen, although the full process is a complex series of chain reactions. Oxidation causes viscosity increases and formation…

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