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Reference type: Book Chapter
Authors: Lieberzeit PA, Glanznig G, Leidl A, Nannen H, Dickert FL
Publication date: 2004
Chapter title: Nanostructured functional polymers for engine oil quality sensors.
Page numbers: 449-450.

Book title: Proceedings Of The IEEE Sensors 2004
Editors: Rocha D, Sarro PM, Vellekoop MJ
Publisher: IEEE
City: New York
Series title: Proceedings Of The IEEE
Volume number: 1-3

Abstract: Polymers have been nanostructured by molecular imprinting to yield functional materials for detecting engine oil degradation. Using both fresh and waste oils as templates, respectively, allows to selectively time the polymer to incorporate either fresh or used lubricant. The resulting signals are clearly correlated both to the oil age (known from test stand measurements) and standard oil parameters such as the total base number (TBN)


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