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FLUOROETHANE     fluoroethane

Synonyms: HFC-161, Ethyl fluoride, AG-F-22202, FCH2CH2, HFC 161, ...
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  • Using a clear polyvinyl fluoride sheath over an arthroscope, inserted through a 1-cm stab incision, we have demonstrated the feasibility of visualizing the sciatic nerve and its branches in the feline model [2].
  • The apparent rates of initial attachment and growth of Chang liver and C6 cells were promoted on surfaces with increased wettability and with a heterogeneous structure for grafted polyvinyl fluoride film [3].


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