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English translation: fluorinate (verb & noun, too)

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05:30 Aug 10, 2000
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Tech/Engineering
Japanese term or phrase: furorinato (フロリナート)
an inert liquid, used as a cooling medium in semiconductor wafer processing and testing
Clara Yamagishi
English translation:fluorinate (verb & noun, too)
Explanation:
This means to process with floroine. (Also noun) In a lot of refregiation systems, CFC (or chlorofluorocarbons) are used. Also, "furon gas" in Japanese is Freon (a trademark product) or CFC. So, I knew it should be "fluo...". Anyway, try the website below, or do Yahoo search or use other search engines. It says you can use that on substrate.
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fluorinate (verb & noun, too)


Explanation:
This means to process with floroine. (Also noun) In a lot of refregiation systems, CFC (or chlorofluorocarbons) are used. Also, "furon gas" in Japanese is Freon (a trademark product) or CFC. So, I knew it should be "fluo...". Anyway, try the website below, or do Yahoo search or use other search engines. It says you can use that on substrate.


    Reference: http://www.albemarle.com/core_fluorin_right.htm
    Yahoo search on "fluorinate"
Junko Gilbert
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