polyvinylidene fluoride

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polyvinylidene fluoride

[¦päl·i·vī′nil·ə‚dēn ′flu̇r‚īd]
(organic chemistry)
Fluorocarbon polymer made from vinylidene fluoride, (H2C=CF2); has good tensile and compressive strength and high impact strength; used in chemical equipment for gaskets, impellers, and other pump parts, and for drum linings and protective coatings.