nonhalogenated

nonhalogenated

(nɒnˈhælədʒəˌneɪtɪd)
adj
not containing halogen
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Recently published studies have added to concerns about nonhalogenated aromatic phosphates (Behl et al.
PCC now offers a new line of safe, nonhalogenated flame retardant systems for polypropylene.
76%) were improved over the nonhalogenated copolymers of GMA reported by AP Srikanth et al.
Structure and properties of polyurethanes based on halogenated and nonhalogenated soypolyols.
A European Union-commissioned study of flame retardants for smartphones, laptops, and other electronics applications has acknowledged the environmental and health benefits of these nonhalogenated flame retardants.
Saeger says seating products include durable, polyphosphate-based nonhalogenated flame-retardant grades that he expects will find use in the 2014 World Cup games in Brazil, and in the 2016 Summer Olympics and Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro.
This technique is good for nonhalogenated volatile organics with good soil permeability but is not suitable for clays.
To date, nonhalogenated combustible hydrocarbons, such as butane (R-600/R-600a) or propane (R-290), have only been used in niche applications.
Ultem New products include Ultem 9085 Resin, a flame retardant material used for interior walls that can reduce part weight up to 15%; Noryl LS6010, a nonhalogenated flame retardant product used for rub strips, switch panels or wall/ceiling-mounted electronics, and Lexan FST Resin, for use in personal service units, overhead storage bin trim and magazine racks.
Polyurethanes based on nonhalogenated soy polyols showed higher thermal stability but lower glass transition and mechanical properties.
For treatment, she uses a short course (about 3 weeks) of nonhalogenated topical steroid or topical calcineurin inhibitor and a lot of protective paste.
In all infants with severe irritant dermatitis or recurrent dermatitis with severe inflammation a low potency, nonflourinated, nonhalogenated corticoidsteroid should be applied.