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fluorochemical

[¦flu̇r·ō′kem·ə·kəl]
(chemistry)
Any chemical compound containing fluorine; usually refers to the fluorocarbons.
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The water treatment market will remain essentially flat, solvents will register meager gains and demand for fluorochemical blowing agents will continue to decline.
The two companies have already developed a fluorochemical surfactant for coating floors, and the new product will be sold through Fairlawn, an Ohio-based maker of specialty chemicals, from August, Daikin said.
Fluorochemicals (published 06/2002, 245 pages) is available for $3,700 from The Freedonia Group, Inc.
Response to environmental bans on CFCs and HCFCs has varied greatly among countries and this will play a key role in future prospects for fluorochemicals demand.
The fluorocarbons market remains the most dynamic sector of the fluorochemical industry for two reasons: first, the evolving regulations aimed at protecting the ozone layer and reducing global warming, and, second, a sharp contrast in the outlook between developed and developing countries," said analyst Ryan Sullivan.
Line of fluorochemical blowing agents includes Formacel Z-2 (HFC-152a), FDA approved for use in PS food service and packaging foams; Formacel S (HCFC-22) used in closed-cell polyurethane and polyisocyanurate foams; and Formacel Z-4 (HFC134a) for polyurethane systems and appliance foams, and in PS insulating board.
Serum perfluorooctane sulfonate and hepatic and lipid clinical chemistry tests in fluorochemical production employees.
18) PolyFox: A novel Fluorochemical, FACT SHEET: PolyFoxT Fluorochemicals, http://www.
reports that its Textiles Effects business has agreed to acquire DuPont's global fluorochemical business for the nonwovens industry.
Widespread fluorochemical contamination of fish, birds, and other animals turned up in a survey by Kurunthachalam Kannan and Ewan F.
These high value polymers are expected to lead fluorochemical advances through 2009, with the fastest gains coming in developing nations.
According to Daikin, the process permeates leather with tiny fluorochemical molecules that virtually eliminate shrinking and wrinkling by holding leather collagen molecules in their original position.