Shortened Liquid Phase process

German translation: see below

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12:52 Aug 17, 2000
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English term or phrase: Shortened Liquid Phase process
It's a process for producing melamine. If anyone can give me a translation, or an explanation, it would be very much appreciated. Is there a commonly used abbreviation for this in German?
Another issue: Abbreviations for resins. UF (Urea-Formaldehyde) resins translate into Harnstoff-Formaldehyd-Harze. Does anyone know the German abbreviation?
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Uta Moerschell
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German translation:see below
Explanation:
Liquid Phase Process = Flüssigphasenprozess

can't help with the Shortened bit, though in paper production it translates as Verkürzung, so maybe a Kurzflüssigphasenprozess?

The German abbreviation for UF = UFH
ref for LPC and UF: Langenscheidts Fachwörterbuch Technik
Hope this helps a little bit
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Explanation:
Liquid Phase Process = Flüssigphasenprozess

can't help with the Shortened bit, though in paper production it translates as Verkürzung, so maybe a Kurzflüssigphasenprozess?

The German abbreviation for UF = UFH
ref for LPC and UF: Langenscheidts Fachwörterbuch Technik
Hope this helps a little bit

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