fluorohydrocarbon

fluorohydrocarbon

[¦flu̇r·ō‚hī·drə′kär·bən]
(organic chemistry)
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Patented is a multilayer polymer structure comprising a layer with at least one fluorohydrocarbon polymer linked to a layer comprising at least one olefin polymer via a layer comprising from 97% to 10% by weight of at least one grafted olefin polymer and from 3 to 90% by weight of at least one fluorohydrocarbon polymer.
16) The advantages of Wollastonite, a non-traditional filler, in fluorohydrocarbon (FKM) elastomers.
15) Improved processing low temperature fluorohydrocarbon elastomers.
Further, while fluorohydrocarbon elastomers offer better fuel-swell performance than fluorosilicone elastomers in straight gasoline, the performance of many fluorohydrocarbon elastomers drops significantly as the percentage of alcohol in the fuel mixture increases.
The safety margins seemed better than those of ether and chloroform, especially for the bromine-substituted fluorohydrocarbons.
These are the readily reproducible slicing technique, which provides only two fractions and is time-consuming, and the expulsion method, which depends on the use of heavy fluorohydrocarbons such as FC70.
Although protective gas masks offer some safeguards against chemicals, some substances, such as fluorohydrocarbons, have been used to neutralize the protective qualities of masks, said Nelson.