Quantitation of Fatty Oil in Cutting Fluid by Single Reflection ATR Spectroscopy

Cutting fluid is a type of lubricating oil that is used to suppress the generation of heat or friction when cutting metal, and it is distinguished as either water-insoluble or water-soluble depending on its composition. In JIS K2241 Cutting Fluid (Supplement 1), two types of fatty oil content tests are described for water-insoluble cutting fluid analysis, the saponification test method and the infrared spectroscopy method. Here, we introduce the determination of fatty oil content using an infrared spectrophotometer in accordance with JIS K 2241.

Content Type:
Application
Document Number:
LAAN-A-FT-E052
Product Type:
Molecular Spectroscopy, FTIR Spectroscopy
Keywords:
JIS K 2241, Cutting fluid, fatty oil, Fatty oil content, Vegetable oil, Ester, Mineral oil, Liquid paraffin, Quantitation, ATR, Single reflection ATR spectroscopy, LabSolutions IR, Quantitative measurement program, Ceramics, Metals, Mining, Plating, IRAffinity-1
Language:
English
File Name:
jpa213022.pdf
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