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Fluorine News
fluorographene, or graphene fluoride

Fluorographene
Following on from previous work fluorinating Buckminster fullerene (C60) we are studying the fluorination of graphene - the super strong, one-layer thick version of graphite to generate graphene fluoride or fluorographene more...

Fluorine
A cpu

Modern Computing
Without fluorine containing compounds such as NF3 and WF6 we wouldn't have todays semiconductors!

Fluorine Group News
The calculated mass spectrum of [Pt2(S)2(PPh3)4]

What a tool ...
Our on-line spectroscopy tools were cited in Inorg. Chim. Acta as one of two sites that stood out for free-access web-based calculation of spectroscopic properties. more...

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Fluorine@Manchester
a long-chain fluorous molecule

Fluorous Separation
David Procter's group use fluorinated long-chain fluorocarbon "fluorous ponytail" tags for facile separation in synthetic work.

Fluorine in Society
water beads on a surface

Repelency coatings
Many water repellency treatments for clothes and equipment, such as coats, shoes and tents, are based on fluorochemicals.