Hydrogen Bond in Aramid Yarn–Lubricating Composite System
Interaction of aramid yarn with active agents produces a change in hydrogen bonds between macromolecules. The degree of change depends on the composition of the lubricant. Mineral oil based lubricants exert increasing effect on the hydrogen bond energy.
KeywordsBenzimidazole Bond Energy Fatty Acid Ester Synthetic Fibre Offensive Odor
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