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fluorinated

material to which a fluoride has been added, e.g. water for human consumption treated as a prophylaxis against tooth decay.
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Substitution in Practice of Prioritized Fluorinated Chemicals to Eliminate Diffuse Sources 2015).
Anesthesia XLI: The anesthetic properties of certain fluorinated hydrocarbons and ethers.
Incorporation of some amount of non-fluorinated monomers (ethylene or substituted derivatives, for example) into polymers prepared from fluorinated compounds like tetrafluomethylene, chlorotrifluoro-ethylene, or other fluorinated olefins results in copolymers with amorphous structures that retain much of the desired properties of pure fluoropolymers but exhibit improved solubilities and have lower process temperatures.
Ha, JW, Park, IJ, Lee, SB, "Hydrophobicity and Sliding Behavior of Liquid Droplets on the Fluorinated Latex Films.
Organic chemists from many countries look at such topics as fluorinated three-membered ring heterocycles, five-membered nitrogen-containing species, synthesizing fluorinated sugars from fluorine-containing synthons, the synthesis and chemical transformation of six-membered aromatic heterocycles containing perfluoro-alkyl groups, and seven-membered and even larger ring-fluorinated heterocycles.
Also imminent is a grade for fluorinated elastomers, Graphistrength C E1-20, in a fluorinated elastomer matrix intended to produce materials with high ESD and mechanical properties for low carbon nanotube concentrations.
AGC plans to convert not only Fluon PTFE but also all its other fluorinated products to PFOA-free production by 2012.
The rest--28 in all--account for a reported 94% of fluorinated gas emissions.
As part of a deal with the EU Parliament, the EC agreed to stop proceedings against Austria and Denmark after the two nations' laws on phasing out fluorinated gases were judged too restrictive and discriminatory on importers providing products adhering to minimum EU standards.
A study in mice finds that early-life exposure to the fluorinated chemicals used in nonstick products, such as fry pans, can rewire the brain in ways that dramatically affect behavior.
The new title covers such topics as EU packaging and packaging waste directives, the emission trading system, fluorinated gases, car emission proposals, recovery and recycling results, EU batteries directives, packaging standards and packaging directives.