polyvinylidene fluoride

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polyvinylidene fluoride (PVF2)

[-vīnil′idēn]
a commonly used piezoelectric material in a hydrophone. It is also used in imaging transducers.
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Through the statistical analysis, the report depicts the global and Chinese total market of PVDF industry including capacity, production, production value, cost/profit, supply/demand and Chinese import/export.
Poly((vinylidene fluoride)) PVDF (average Mwt~534,000 by PC, powder) (Sigma Aldrich), and (1-Methyl-2-Pyrrolidinone (NMP)) (Anhydrous 99.
The performance potential of PVDF technology is now validated by nearly 50 years of outdoor exposures, not only on test panels but on buildings around the world.
Thanks to these advantages, the PVDF diaphragm for fluid dosing can be used in repeated contact with food.
With the newly launched TIPS PVDF hollow fibre membrane, Memstar will further strengthen its position as an international UF/MF membrane manufacturer and its competence in competing for large international water/wastewater projects.
The piezoelectric responses of PVDF are the highest known for any homopolymer and this is partly related to its high dielectric constant.
This interaction of high energetic ion with medium may change surface structural properties of PVDF films.
Table 1 provides a comparison of the physical properties of PVDF homopolymer and PVDF-HFP copolymer resins.
Manufactured from PVC, CPVC, PP or PVDF, the Type 21 Ball Valve is offered in sizes of 1/2- to 4-in.
Substitute fluorine for chlorine atoms and you get PVDE Since the sun's ultraviolet radiation, which degrades most polymers, passes harmlessly through PVDF, the material makes for a lasting protective plastic.
Kynar[R] 450 Resin Based PVDF Stock Shape Products Enable Manufacturers in Chemical Processing Industries to Meet Demanding Applications with Readily Available Material
Browse full research report with TOC on "Fluoropolymer Market Analysis By Product (PTFE, PVDF, FEP, Fluoroelastomers), By Application (Automotive, Electrical & Electronics, Construction, Industrial Equipment), And Segment Forecasts To 2022" at: http://www.