hydrogen fluoride


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hydrogen fluoride

HF, a colorless corrosive gas used in industry as a source of fluorine and of hydrofluoric acid. See: fluorine; hydrofluoric acid
See also: fluoride
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The Anhydrous hydrogen fluoride Industry report covers the capacity of production of this industry along with production value, supply and consumption.
The Lane Regional Air Protection Agency on Thursday renewed Hynix's Air Contaminant Discharge Permit, raising the hydrogen fluoride cap to 5 tons a year, up from 1.
The change in lubricant color indicative of lubricant decomposition was not observed in the controls and in six chemicals, including Boric Acid, Potassium Fluoride, Potassium Hydrogen Fluoride, Polyoxyethylene Nonylphenyl Ether, Potassium Hexafluoroaluminate and Triethanolamine Borate.
The report provides the following analytical materials on the hydrogen fluoride (hydrofluoric acid): general description, international trade dynamics (2006-2011), exports/imports (2011) broken down by country, major suppliers and consumers, average price.
Inhance Technologies has chosen to maintain quantities of anhydrous hydrogen fluoride below the regulatory threshold.
In its 2006 annual report, filed with the local air agency in March 2007, Hynix reported hydrogen fluoride emissions of 2.
In the presence of moisture, chemical reactions between hydrogen fluoride and suspended solids can create pollutants that can be blown hundreds of miles from their source.
Hydrogen fluoride is released with other contaminants.
Local police said there was a fear that the hydrogen fluoride, which is both poisonous and flammable, could leak from the tank when the temperature within it rose to much more than the usual level of about 300 C.
Toxicological profile for fluorides, hydrogen fluoride, and fluorine (F).
It also removes pollutants from the air by absorbing poisonous gases such as carbon dioxide, ozone and hydrogen fluoride.
The gas results from a chemical reaction between hydrogen fluoride vapor and the silicate minerals in volcanic ash.