fluoric

fluoric

(fluːˈɔːrɪk)
adj
(Minerals) of, concerned with, or produced from fluorine or fluorspar
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The company showcased release liners coated with tinted silicones or fluoric silicones, functional backside lacquers, embossed papers and films, and special substrates such as coated crepe paper and nonwovens.
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Remedies: Abrotanum, Acalypha, Apis, Aranea, Arsenicum lodatum, Atrax, Balsamum, Brucea, Bromium, Calcarea lodata, Calcarea Phosphorica, Cereus Bonplandii, Cimicifuga, Cistus, Coccus Cacti, Coffea, Drosera, Elaterium Euonymus, Ferrum lodatum, Ferrum Phosphoricum, Fluoric Acid, Ginseng, lodum Kali Phosphoricum, Lactrodectus, Magnesia Phosphorica, Mygale, Myristica, Myrtus Communis, Natrum Phosphoricum, Oleander, Phelandrium, Phosphorus, Pix, Rumex, Salix Niger, Sambucus, Senega, Succinic Acid, Tarantula, Theridion, Ustilago, Verbascum, Vespa.
The 10 most common medications prescribed to the 47 participants who completed the study were: Calcarea fluoric, Rhus toxicodendron, Pulsatilla, Natrum muriaticum, Bryonia alba, Thuja occidentalis, Lycopodium clavatum, Kali carbonium, Arnica montana, Sepia officinalis.
Under PSR conditions, like in electroslag remelting, slag on basis of fluoric calcium, oxides of calcium, aluminium, magnesium, etc.
Chemical composition of mentioned materials corresponded to the requirements established for copper of grades M0-M3 in GOST 859--78; pure molybdenum of vacuum remelting (PMVR) in TU 4819-247--87; zirconium in TU 5-20-069--85; yttrium ITM1, ITM2 in TU 48-4-208--72; fluoric calcium of grade Ch in GOST 7167--77.
For creation of a separating layer a weight of fluoric calcium (2.
As far as at the electroslag process temperatures titanium should not noticeably react with (calcium, strontium, boron) fluorides, it was suggested to use pure fluoric calcium, which got name ANT-2.
Remelting of the consumable electrode was performed under the flux represented by a mixture of fluoric calcium, alundum, magnesite, silica, and manganese oxide.
Used in this process fluoric calcium not just failed to ensure removal of impurities from titanium but, vise versa, the available in it impurities transferred into the ingot.
In another incident, a leak of fluoric gas occurred in May 1981 at the plant, then run by Japan Nuclear Fuel Conversion Co.
In addition, in case of use of unrefined fluoric calcium as a slag, content of nitrogen in the ESR ingot is even lower than in the VAR ingot (Table 2).