carbon tetrafluoride

carbon tetrafluoride

[′kär·bən te·trə′flu̇r‚īd]
(organic chemistry)
CF4 A colorless gas with a boiling point of -126°C; used as a refrigerant. Also known as tetrafluoromethane.
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For each monitoring event, carbon tetrafluoride (CF4) was introduced into the spectrometer's flow-through cell from a cylinder traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and measured for precision.
And although there are some hazardous materials used, such as silane gas, cadmium, carbon tetrafluoride, and lead, he says, "if you look at the quantities in relation to their use in other industries, they are very, very small." But these risks will become more significant as the industry grows, he adds.
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Argon, which is inert, is also used for plasma cleaning--it may be compared to "molecular sandblasting." Other gases like oxygen or carbon tetrafluoride clean chemically as well as physically.