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Oil Silicone Gel O-rings are a common component in many kinds of lubrication. Silicone is an extremely flexible, pliable substance that has the ability to be shaped into virtually any desired shapes. It is usually silicone that is used to create lubricants for a number of different industries. Because of its amazing pliability, silicone gel is able to be formed in such a way that it seals against a variety of moving parts without causing any friction whatsoever. This form of lubrication can be seen in places where things like bearings have bearings, as well as in many different chemical reactions where lubrication is needed.
The fluorescence hypothesis states that the existence of organic compounds that contain high levels of hydrogen peroxide results in the formation of droplets of oil in the presence of light. These droplets then start to oxidize and ultimately merge into a larger more solid piece. One of the most well known products of this phenomenon is silicone oil. When silicone oil is exposed under the fluorescent light, it produces a bright flash of blue, green and red colors that is easily seen in a lab setting.
Most industrial lubricants are made from oil because it is the easiest and cheapest form of lubricant to produce. Oil lubrication is also one of the most common additives to an auto grease mixture because it allows the mixture to stick to the bearings and the moving parts of an engine. Another popular lubricant for an automobile is the transmission fluid because it is viscosity that keeps the transmission seal oiliness. In addition, oil gel can be added to a variety of grease formulations to improve the lubrication of the moving parts of a machine.
The study of the Fluorescent Discharge Light (FDL) phenomenon was conducted in the 1980's by scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. During the study, the scientist noticed that when a colored oil droplet was placed in a Phosphor-diphenylmethane (PDM) injection chamber, it fluoresces at 360 nanometers. The emitted colors ranged from green to blue and red. After the scientists explained how the light emitted, they were fascinated at the blue color. They then tried to explain that the blue color is due to an excited state of the oil droplets when the Phosphor diphenylmethane is injected into them. When the oil droplets fluoresce in the violet, purple and green colors, the researchers came up with the idea that the oil droplets have absorbed energy in the form of photons as they flow through the Phosphor-diphenylmethane injection chamber.
Based on their hypothesis, the scientists came up with the name 'visit' light. Because the Phosphor-diphenylmethane has a broad absorption spectrum, the scientists said that there are several correlated wavelengths. Based on the data collected, they deduced that the broadest emission is between wavelengths of yellow-green and blue-yellow. Based on the hypothesis, silicone oil can absorb the Visible Light and this theory can be used to prevent the occurrence of cancer.
Based on the results of the Visible Light Emission Spectroscopy (VLS) study, they deduced that the oil droplets have two types of internal emission. One type of internal emission is known as the 'red shift' and the other is known as 'blue shift'. Between these two emission types, the researchers said that Visible Light could not be absorbed by silicone oil. Thus, it could be deduced that if there is a blue-yellow internal emission with blue-green external emission, then there should be Visible Light which could not be absorbed by the oil droplets. This hypothesis was tested by VLS and the test showed that there is no Visible Light which could be absorbed by the oil droplets.
Because the Phosphor-diphenylmethane is used in the making of silicone oil, the oil also contains some amount of phosphorous. The team said that the grease could absorb the phosphorous and the amount is dependent on the amount of lubricant. If the grease is rich in phosphorus, then it will absorb the liquid and if it is low in phosphorus, then the oil will not absorb the liquid. The team used a scanning medium to examine the oil droplets under different viewing conditions. They saw that the oil droplets contain mostly Phosphorus but the thickness is variable.
The scientists also said that the silicon oil which has a high level of Phosphorus has a much higher fluorescence yield than the silicon oil which has a low level of Phosphorus. The maximum absorbance is at about 4.6 percent and the highest emission is about 6.5 percent. The maximum absorption rate is about 1.5 percent and the maximum emission rate is about 7.5 percent. The maximum efficiency of the silicone oil with the maximum efficiency of absorption and emission was found.