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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A chemical compound containing fluorine, especially a fluorocarbon.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. Any chemical compound (especially an organic compound) containing fluorine


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  • EVERS: Even before we cooked the popcorn, the butter already is contaminated with a paper fluorochemical that will be absorbed into your blood and stay in your blood for a long, long time.

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  • There are two types: silicone, which resists water-based stains such as grape juice and wine; and fluorochemical, which resists both water- and oilbased stains such as salad dressing and butter.

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  • The product is a fluorochemical acrylate polymer solution which is said to cost less per square foot than other protection products based on silicone, urethane, and acrylics, while offering a fast drying time for faster board processing.

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  • "We're pleased that we're able to continue to promote the use of our fluorochemical containment technology on a global basis," said

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  • SRF is a domestic market leader in technical textiles and refrigerent gases and preferred supplier of other fluorochemical products and polyster films.

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  • In response to the ban on HFC-134a in Europe, chemical industry giants DuPont and Honeywell combined their years of fluorochemical expertise to find an alternative.

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  • Nuclear Fuels Corporation of South Africa (NUFCOR) and medical isotopes and fluorochemical products by the South African Nuclear

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