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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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Freudenberg-NOK has had the fluorinated materials under development for the past four years.
Fully fluorinated polymers, such as PTFE, exhibit virtually universal chemical resistance.
The Pierre-Benite site specialises in the manufacture of fluorinated products for wide-ranging applications.
The fluorinated solvents are ideal for the cost-conscious user for precision cleaning and degreasing of electronics, metals and glass.
These fluorinated polymers can be manufactured using various raw materials and different manufacturing processes.
With this acquisition, Daikin also intends to solidify its relationship with European automotive manufacturers and further expand sales of fluorinated materials to this industry by accelerating product development that precisely meets customer needs.
On the other hand, much attention has been paid to the improvement of the surface properties of various thermoplastic polymers, such as polyesters, (2) polyacrylates, (3-6) and polystyrene (7) and its copolymer, by the self-stratification of the fluorinated segments with a very low surface free energy.
The regulation also fully bans the use of fluorinated gases in certain equipment and products.
After introductory chapters, he covers perfluoroalkylation; selected fluorinated structures and reaction types; the chemistry of highly fluorinated olefins; fluorous chemistry; fluorous synthesis and combinatorial chemistry; halofluororcarbons, hydroflurorocarbons, and related compounds; and pharmaceutical and other biomedical applications.
AsahiGuard AG-E550D fluorinated finishing agent is based on a patented short-chain C6 fluorinated polymer technology that supports an industry transition to alternative chemistries with reduced environmental impact.
The European Parliament's Committee on the Environment (ENVI) gave a serious turn of the screw to the draft regulation on fluorinated gases: the overall use of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), powerful greenhouse gases, should be reduced by 84% by 2030 and the use of HFCs in new air conditioning appliances and refrigerators should be banned from 2020.
Summary: Increasing fluoride levels in drinking water of fluorinated areas of world leading to fluorosis.