fluorination


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fluorination

[‚flu̇r·ə′nā·shən]
(chemistry)
A chemical reaction in which fluorine is introduced into a chemical compound.
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The intersheet spacing c is strongly dependent of the type of the ingoing graphite and fluorination regime.
Although many alternatives are available, including multi-layer coextrusion, blending a barrier additive, and surface fluorination, the most-desired solution would be a mono-material, monolayer structure that does not need a coating that can be damaged or flake off.
It had been appreciated as early as 1932 that fluorination of compounds might produce noncombustible, stable, non-toxic anaesthetic agents.
Examples of specific topics include nitrogen-containing organofluorine compounds through metathesis reactions, highly diastereoselective anodic fluorination, functional compounds based on hypervalent sulfur fluorides, synthesis of macrolactam marine natural products using fluorous protecting groups, solvent-peptide interaction in fluoroalcohol-water mixtures, and synthesis and conformational analysis of fluorine-containing oligopeptides.
There are two main manufacturing methods leading to PFOS and PFOA: electrochemical fluorination (ECF) and telomerization.
When needing chemical resistance the expensive fluorination process can be eliminated and there are also bottle production savings: Eastar EB062 runs twice as fast as HDPE, and needs less blow air pressure.
Herein, we prepared a superamphiphobic surface by creating interesting micro-nano binary surface microstructures and fluorination modification on a common cast iron substrate and studied its wettability and anticorrosion.
Due to the fluorination, the heat stability and low temperature resistance are diminished slightly with regard to the PVMQ and VMQ types.
2], or fluorination, or by a change in surface crystallinity.
One thing enzymes are not good at, is fluorination, though clearly some enzymes are able to introduce fluorine into organic molecules since 13 fluorinated natural products are known.
Known volumes of reagent grade hydrofluoric acid (HF) was used instead of water in the hydrolysis reaction for partial fluorination of the apatite.