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TFE

(organic chemistry)
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Because there were no standing bridges linking Bosnia to Croatia over the Sava River, most of TFE would have to conduct deliberate river crossing operations to meet the Dayton Accords' stringent boots-on-the-ground occupation requirement.
The ability of fluorocarbon materials to initiate the polymerization of TFE and other vinyl monomers was first described in the patent (28).
The results of a comparison of the calibrated LC-MRM/MS assay by using the TFE denaturation step with the nephelometric assay were surprising.
The wide range of frequencies that the TFE 200 midrange operates over (100 Hz to 2 kHz) in a sealed enclosure distinguishes this speaker from the majority of 3-way floorstanding loudspeakers.
The Industrial IT for terminals with the T-MAC embedded solution will help TFE link their terminals and refineries to one common communication platform, all controlled from one place.
Shell has lagged far behind BP and TFE in development of Algeria's oil and gas reserves.
The valves are constructed of ductile iron bodies and end caps with micro-finished steel balls and stems, which are also available in Type 316 stainless steel and TFE seats.
Extruded from TFE, FEP, and PFA in standard and custom formulations, M.
Production capacities of 7500 metric tons for TFE and 5000 metric tons of fluoropolymers ar expected.
The Big Three industry quality dicta, TFE, Pentastar, and Q1, were consigned to history, which, says automotive industry consultant Ralph J Teetor III, is not a bad thing.
This will be the first Washington state brand for TFE, whose growing portfolio includes such iconic brands as Sutter Home, Menage a Trois and Joel Gott wines.