fluorocarbon


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fluorocarbon

[¦flu̇r·ō′kär·bən]
(organic chemistry)
A hydrocarbon in which part or all hydrogen atoms have been replaced by fluorine atoms, including chlorinated and brominated fluorocarbons. Also known as fluorohydrocarbon.
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Targeting only pike at first ice I started my fluorocarbon experiment fishing with 30-pound for several years, before dropping to 25-pound for another year and, finally, after not getting bit off, I switched eight years ago to 20-pound.
Following initial discussions with Metallisation and SciTeeX, the Fluorocarbon Surface Technologies team visited SciTeeX's state of the art Polish production facility to see a full demonstration of the blast and paint room facilities.
Silver Thread Fluorocarbon is not new this year, but new enough to warrant mention.
Automakers will be responsible for extraction and disposal of fluorocarbons from car air conditioners.
In the work on fluorocarbons, researchers are pursuing a longer-lasting blood substitute.
And because fluorocarbons are applied so thin, scarifying such a surface by sanding or blasting causes additional problems.
A fluorocarbon leader of about 4 or 5 feet added to your mainline adds stealth to presentations, but, just as importantly, adds abrasion resistance.
This description SVHC is often misunderstood and will be misinterpreted by many suppliers of alternative solvents based on fluorocarbon formulations and other exotic mixtures, implying the use of EnSolv (nPB) is subject to immediate restrictions on its usage, when offering these products.
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Known for its durable copolymer and fluorocarbon fishing lines, P-Line has broadened its product stable with a lineup of flashy new jigging spoons dubbed Laser Minnows.
The machines have been selling in Europe since 2001, when R22 and R142b fluorocarbon blowing agents were banned.
The primer composition is comprised of at least one heat resistant adhesion promoter, the topcoat is comprised of at least one fluorocarbon resin and at least one heat resistant adhesion promoter, other than a fluoropolymer that may be the same or different than the adhesion promoter of the primer composition, there being inorganic inert particles with an average particle size of at least approximately 10 micrometers contained in the primer composition.