fluorination


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fluorination

[floo͡r′inā′shən]
the addition of fluorine to a compound, such as those commonly found in topical corticosteroids.
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Stielow says AIP has fewer than half a dozen direct competitors in coex fuel tanks, plus a handful of firms using fluorination or barrier additives such as nanoclays.
Fluorination of these heteroaromatic ring systems can produce profound changes in activity and is the reason that many drugs on the market today contain fluorine substituents.
DSM states lcorene 7620 Fuel Lock eliminates the need for after-treatment procedures such as the environmentally challenging fluorination process.
2004;), nanocarbon products of plasma synthesis (nanotubes) (Avdejchik, 2006), fluorinated high dispersion carbon with varying degrees of fluorination, the dispersed particles of "Viskum" carbon fiber (CF) with a particle size less than 0.
In this case, a water-immiscible liquid is infused into a nanostructured polypyrrole (PPy) surface that has been chemically functionalized (through fluorination of the structured coating) to have a high affinity for the lubricant.
The two main surface treatments are fluorination which plays no part in the battery chemistry but helps maximize the discharge characteristics and the cycle life or grafting (chemical bonding of poly-acrylic acid to the fiber surface), which is an active chemistry and increases the charge retention of the battery and further improves the cycle life and discharge characteristics.
The scientists drew an analogy between this reaction and the spontaneous free radical fluorination of hydrocarbons by elemental fluorine.
Fluoroalkyl iodide photodecomposition on diamond (100): an efficient route to the fluorination of diamond surfaces.
Larger containers have traditionally been made from polyethylene and first must be sent for fluorination so they can hold aggressive chemicals, increasing costs.
The company also has a selective direct fluorination technology to replace any atom in a molecule of organic compounds with a fluorine atom by effectively controlling highly reactive fluorine gas.
This series seeks to alleviate this situation by presenting widely applicable single reactions, or definite phases of a reaction, with this title addressing dioxirane oxidations of compounds other than alkenes and electrophilic fluorination with N-F reagents, including their respective mechanisms, scope and limitation, comparisons with other methods, experimental conditions, and experimental procedures.
The new product exhibits low viscosity, low water absorption and low friction properties while maintaining the other excellent properties of modified PFPE such as high adhesiveness, heat stability and resistance to chemicals and solvent because it is produced by applying the proprietary direct fluorination technology of Asahi Glass (i.