PFCA

AcronymDefinition
PFCAPinon Flat, CA (seismological station)
PFCAPeople First of California, Inc.
PFCAPerfluorinated Carboxylic Acid
PFCAPublic Fuel Cell Alliance
PFCAPartnership for Families Children and Adults
PFCAPublic Folder Connection Agreement
PFCAPatient Focused Care Association
PFCAParker Football Coaches Association (Colorado)
PFCAPerformance Ford Club of America
PFCAPublic Facility Compliance Alternative
PFCAPug Figurine Club of America
PFCAPump Flow Control Assembly
PFCAPulsed Flow Chemiluminescence Analyser
PFCAPrivate Foreign Currency Account
PFCAPrincipal Finance Credit Arbitrage
PFCAPreliminary Functional Configuration Audit
PFCAPost Free Classified Ads (website)
PFCAPennsbury Falcons Cheerleading Association (Morrisville, PA)
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PFSA and PFCA pellets were used for melt-blending and supplied by Shandong Dongyue Shenzhou New Material Co.
The decomposition temperature of both PFSA and PFCA is above 320[degrees]C [22], The PFSA/PFCA blends were prepared by compounding the polymers at 260[degrees]C in a Brabender Rheomix batch mixer equipped with two counter rotating rotors with a 70 cm3 mixing chamber.
First, White's (1985) ideal geometric tower placement was overlaid on a map of PFCA.
6 m x 10 cm, were established throughout PFCA (Figure 2).
Although humans are exposed to an increasing amount of unknown organofluorine-containing molecules (Yeung and Mabury 2016), most pharmacokinetic research has focused on PFCAs and PFSAs.
Although they are structurally similar to PFCAs and PFSAs, there is a paucity of literature on perfluoroalkyl phosphinic and phosphonic acids (PFPiAs and PFPAs, respectively), which have the general structure of [F[(C[F.
In the present study, we included 223 term infants (gestational weeks 37-42, based on the date of mother's last menstrual period) who had both prenatal PFCA measures and birth outcomes in the present study.
Prenatal exposure to PFOA and 4 long-chain PFCAs (PFNA, PFDeA, PFUnDA, and PFDoDA) was estimated from third-trimester maternal serum PFCA concentrations.
Those who complete the survey will receive the 2010 PFCA report and an invitation to attend an AHA Solutions webinar featuring a discussion of the report's important findings.
AHA Solutions develops educational programs for health care leaders based on the results of initiatives such as the PFCA.
When demands for deep-rooted change swept the healthcare industry, PFCA (Patient Focused Care Association) developed patient-focused solutions to meet hospital reengineering challenges.
Although humans are exposed directly to PFCAs in food and dust, the pharmacokinetic parameters determined here suggest that PAP exposure should be considered a significant indirect source of human PFCA contamination.