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Influence of Group II & III base oil : Composition on VI and oxidation stability

@article{Kramer2000InfluenceOG,
  title={Influence of Group II \& III base oil : Composition on VI and oxidation stability},
  author={David C. Kramer and James. Ziemer and Ming Cheng and Charles E. Fry and R. Norman Reynolds and B. K. Lok and Mark L. Sztenderowicz and Russell R. Krug},
  journal={NLGI spokesman},
  year={2000},
  volume={63},
  pages={20-39}
}
The purpose of this study is to describe the application of HPLC and NMR analyses for aromatics characterization coupled with FIMS for saturates characterization of commercial Group II and III base oils and use this information to relate their compositional properties to oxidation stability. 

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