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*  Aerosol burn
... hydrocarbon Kuspis, D. A.; Krenzelok, E. P. (1999). "Oral frostbite injury from intentional abuse of a fluorinated hydrocarbon ... Fluorinated hydrocarbon (fluorocarbon) aerosol propellants can be abused, as with solvents. A common form is huffing as a means ...
*  Methoxyflurane
Van Poznak A, Artusio JF (1960). "Anesthetic properties of a series of fluorinated compounds: I. fluorinated hydrocarbons". ... Van Poznak A, Artusio JF (1960). "Anesthetic properties of a series of fluorinated compounds: II. fluorinated ethers". ... 413-43 Gottlieb LS, Trey C (1974). "The effects of fluorinated anesthetics on the liver and kidneys". Annual Review of Medicine ...
*  Jens Rud Nielsen
Together they investigated the vibrational spectra of fluorocarbons and fluorinated hydrocarbons. On November 16, 1971 Nielsen ...
*  Diethyl ether
The use of flammable ether was displaced by nonflammable fluorinated hydrocarbon anesthetics. Halothane was the first such ...
*  Cross-country skiing
Hydrocarbon glide waxes, based on paraffin are common for recreational use. Race waxes comprise a combination of fluorinated ... ISBN 82-00-42088-4. Harvey, Ian (9 February 2011). "Information on Fluorinated Waxes". A Michigan Nordic Ski Racer. Retrieved ... Swix (22 February 2011). "Information on Fluorinated Waxes". A Michigan Nordic Ski Racer. Retrieved 2014-10-21. Dzierzak, Lou ( ... hydrocarbon waxes and fluorocarbon overlays. Fluorocarbons decrease surface tension and surface area of the water between the ...
*  Charles Suckling
He proceeded to synthesise a variety of fluorinated hydrocarbons before evaluating them for anaesthetic properties. He liaised ... The halogenated alkanes (alkyl halides, also known as haloalkanes) in general, and in particular the fluorinated compounds were ...
*  Pentaerythritol
They advantageously replace polychlorobiphenyl (PCB), and even silicone-based or fluorinated hydrocarbons, as dielectric fluid ...
*  Anti-graffiti coating
Some of the types of permanent coatings include those based on polyurethanes, nano-particles, fluorinated hydrocarbons, or ... Fluorinated coatings are some of the most effective in the field of graffiti prevention. Fluorine is the most electronegative ... For the same reason that a Teflon-coated pan repels both water and oil, a fluorinated coating will repel water and oil-based ... Novel, Water-Based Fluorinated Polymers With Excellent Antigraffiti Properties. JCT Research. 2:8, 617-625. Bayer ...
*  Fowler process
... by fluorinating hydrocarbons or their partially fluorinated derivatives in the vapor phase over cobalt(III) fluoride. The ... Simply exposing a hydrocarbon to fluorine will cause the hydrocarbon to ignite. A way to moderate the reaction was required, ... Typically hydrocarbon compounds are used as the feedstocks. For cyclic perfluorocarbon, the aromatic hydrocarbon is the ... the hydrocarbon feed is introduced and is fluorinated by the cobalt(III) fluoride, which is converted back to cobalt(II) ...
*  Transformer
Today, non-toxic, stable silicone-based oils, or fluorinated hydrocarbons may be used where the expense of a fire-resistant ...
*  Carbonyl fluoride
... is usually produced as a decomposition product of fluorinated hydrocarbons in the thermal decomposition ...
*  List of MeSH codes (D02)
... hydrocarbons, fluorinated MeSH D02.455.526.510.140 --- chlorofluorocarbons MeSH D02.455.526.510.140.300 --- chlorofluorocarbons ... hydrocarbons, aromatic MeSH D02.455.426.559.222 --- benzene MeSH D02.455.426.559.389 --- benzene derivatives MeSH D02.455. ... hydrocarbons, chlorinated MeSH D02.455.526.439.042 --- aldrin MeSH D02.455.526.439.150 --- carbon tetrachloride MeSH D02.455. ... hydrocarbons, alicyclic MeSH D02.455.426.392.368 --- cycloparaffins MeSH D02.455.426.392.368.075 --- adamantane MeSH D02.455. ...
*  Copper(II) fluoride
... to form fluorinated aromatic hydrocarbons. This reaction is simpler than the Sandmeyer reaction, but is only applicable for ... It has been shown that aromatic hydrocarbons react with copper(II) fluoride, in an oxygen-containing atmosphere at temperatures ... to benzene and fluoroaromatics take place causing the formation of fluorotoluene or fluorobenzene or some other fluorinated ...
*  Manganese(III) fluoride
... fluorinates organic compounds including aromatic hydrocarbons, cyclobutenes, and fullerenes. On heating ... CoF3, another fluorinating agent based on a transition metal in an oxidising +3 state. Burley, G. A.; Taylor, R. "Manganese(III ... This red/purplish solid is useful for converting hydrocarbons into fluorocarbons, i.e., it is a fluorination agent. It also ...
*  Bromine
It reacts explosively with water and hydrocarbons, but is a less violent fluorinating reagent than chlorine trifluoride. It ... Refractory oxides tend to be only partially fluorinated, but here the derivatives KBrF4 and BrF2SbF6 remain reactive. Bromine ... Bromine pentafluoride explodes on reaction with water and fluorinates silicates at 450 °C. Although dibromine is a strong ... It may be formed by directly fluorinating bromine at room temperature and is purified through distillation. ...
*  Chloroethane
... a term used to describe fluorinated low weight hydrocarbon, such as tetrafluorethane, chlorodifluoromethane or another similar ... Like other chlorinated hydrocarbons, it is a central nervous system depressant, albeit a less potent one than many similar ... Like other chlorinated hydrocarbons, chloroethane has been used as a refrigerant, an aerosol spray propellant, an anesthetic, ...
*  Fluorotelomer alcohol
... fluorotelomer alcohol molecule is named by the number of carbons that are fluorinated versus the number that are hydrocarbon- ... The fluorinated iodide then undergoes an addition with ethylene to form an organoiodine compound with increased synthesis ... For example, 8:2 fluorotelomer alcohol would represent a molecule with 8 fluorinated carbons and a 2 carbon ethyl alcohol group ... Piekarz AM, Primbs T, Field JA, Barofsky DF, Simonich S (December 2007). "Semivolatile fluorinated organic compounds in Asian ...
*  Bismuth pentafluoride
BiF5 fluorinates paraffin oil (hydrocarbons) to fluorocarbons above 50 °C and oxidises UF4 to UF6 at 150 °C. At 180 °C, bismuth ... ClF3 is the fluorinating agent at 350 °C. BiF3 + ClF3 → BiF5 + ClF Bismuth pentafluoride is the most reactive of the pnictogen ... pentafluoride fluorinates Br2 to BrF3 and Cl2 to ClF. BiF5 also reacts with alkali metal fluorides, MF, to form ... pentafluorides and is an extremely strong fluorinating agent. It reacts vigorously with water to form ozone and oxygen ...
*  Nye Lubricants
Today, synthetic hydrocarbons, esters, polyglycols, silicones. polyphenyl and fluorinated ethers are the "raw materials" for ...
*  Fluorosurfactant
They have a fluorinated "tail" and a hydrophilic "head." Some human-made fluorosurfactants, such as PFOS and PFOA, are ... Fluorosurfactants can lower the surface tension of water down to a value half of what is attainable by using hydrocarbon ... Fluorosurfactants are more stable and fit for harsh conditions than hydrocarbon surfactants because of the stability of the ... Fluorosurfactants (also fluorinated surfactants, perfluorinated alkylated substances or PFASs) are synthetic organofluorine ...
*  Hydrodefluorination
In one general strategy for the synthesis of fluorinated compounds with a specific substitution pattern, the substrate is a ... cheaply available perfluorinated hydrocarbon. An example is the conversion of hexafluorobenzene (C6F6) to pentafluorobenzene ( ... Other substrates that have been investigated are fluorinated alkenes. Another reaction type is oxidative addition of a metal ... Synthesis of Fluorinated Building Blocks by Transition-Metal-Mediated Hydrodefluorination Reactions. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 52 ...
*  Ocean thermal energy conversion
Hydrocarbons too are good candidates, but they are highly flammable; in addition, this would create competition for use of them ... Fluorinated carbons such as CFCs and HCFCs are not toxic or flammable, but they contribute to ozone layer depletion. ...
*  Organofluorine chemistry
The direct fluorination of hydrocarbons with F2, often diluted with N2, is useful for highly fluorinated compounds: R 3CH + F 2 ... They range from fully fluorinated species, e.g. PTFE to partially fluorinated, e.g. polyvinylidene fluoride ([CH2CF2]n) and ... The hydrocarbon is dissolved or suspended in liquid HF, and the mixture is electrolyzed at 5-6 V using Ni anodes. The method ... Among the available fluorinated building blocks are CF3X (X = Br, I), C6F5Br, and C3F7I. These species form Grignard reagents ...
*  David M. Lemal
This compound rearranges thermally to 1 with a half-life of ≥ 2 h at 360 oC, as compared with the parent hydrocarbon that ... Lindner, Patrick E.; Lemal, David M. (1996-01-01). "Highly Fluorinated Cyclopentanones and Their Enols". The Journal of Organic ... In 1970, he chaired the GRC conference on Hydrocarbon Chemistry, in 1971 the GRC on Heterocyclic Compounds; he was a member of ... In sharp contrast to hydrocarbon-derived ketones, whose enol tautomers are generally present in only trace quantities at ...
*  Fluorosulfuric acid
It can also be used as a laboratory fluorinating agent. Fluorosulfuric acid is considered to be highly toxic and corrosive. It ... HSO3F isomerizes alkanes and the alkylation of hydrocarbons with alkenes, although it is unclear if such applications are of ...
*  List of DuPont Experimental Station inventions
Building 256 Surlyn ionomeric resins Teflon FEP Fluorinated ethylene propylene Elvax ethylene vinyl acetate copolymers Elvaloy ... rubber Elvacite Elvamide nylon multipolymer resins Butacite polyvinyl butyral for laminated safety glass Selar RB hydrocarbon ... copolymers http://www2.dupont.com/Elvaloy/en_US/ Nafion fluorinated ionomers Vespel SP polyimide parts Building 262 Nylon and ...