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HFHalf
HFHigh Frequency (3-30 MHz; 100-10m)
HFHeart Failure
HFHydrogen Fluoride
HFHalf Life (game)
HFHedge Fund
HFHandsfree
HFHafnium
HFHigh Fidelity
HFHave Fun
HFHigh Functioning
HFHot Fix
HFHartree-Fock
HFHarrison Ford
HFHarvest Festival (various organizations)
HFHolland Festival (est. 1947)
HFHarbor Freight
HFHalogen Free
HFHyperfiltration
HFHistorisk-Filosofiske Fakultet (Department of Arts, University of Oslo, Norway)
HFHellfire (antiarmor, laser guided, air-to-ground weapon)
HFHeritage Foundation
HFHuman Factor(s)
HFHyperfine
HFHack Forum (anime)
HFHip Fracture
HFHigh Five (internet gaming)
HFHorizontal Flight (aviation)
HFHemorrhagic Fever
HFHappy Face
HFHlutafelag (Icelandic corporate designation)
HFHelicopter Flight
HFHuck Finn (book)
HFHot Finish (steel)
HFHigh Force
HFHeroic Fantasy
HFHard Failure
HFHyper Fighting (Street Fighter: Hyper Fighting game)
HFHydroflouric (Acid)
HFHageman Factor
HFHome Fleet (British, WWII)
HFHeight Finder
HFHuman Failure
HFHydrogen Fill
HFHabitat Fragmentation (conservation biology)
HFHazard Function
HFHapag Lloyd Flug (IATA airline code)
HFHázi Feladat (Hungarian: homework)
HFHidden Frontier (Star Trek internet-based fanfilm)
HFHaze Filter
HFHeight-Finding (radar)
HFHorizontal Fusion
HFHigh Forage
HFHyperfile
HFHonda Foundry Co., Ltd. (Japan)
HFHarlequin Fetus
HFHarassing Fire
HFHormone Foundation
HFHarmony Foundation
HFHabbo Forum
HFHydro Foil
HFHonor Farm (Alabama prison program)
HFHazards Forum
HFFailed in the House (defeated business of the House of Representatives, North Carolina)
HFHellforge (gaming, Diablo 2)
HFHouse Forsaken (gaming guild)
HFHandling Fixture
HFHammer Forum
HFHydraulfunktion (Swedish electrohydraulics manufacturer)
HFHomeLAN Federation (gaming administrators)
HFHinkle Fieldhouse (Indiana)
HFHemochromatosis Foundation
HFHarrier Force
HFHazard of Failure
HFHybridization Factor
HFHead Foreman
HFHolmesdale Fanatics (football ultras group)
HFHousefellow
HFHoly Fudge (polite form)
HFHatof Foundation
HFHostForce
HFHeredes Fecerunt (Latin: His/Her Heirs Made, epigraphy)
HFHeres Fecit (Latin: His/Her Heir Made, epigraphy)
HFHull Fitter
HFHold For/Held For
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In terms of reaction mechanism, hydrogen fluoride, at purification temperatures up to 150 [degrees]C binds onto alumina by:
The chemicals that resulted in TOA<1000 ppm at both concentrations and both temperatures included Potassium Hydrogen Fluoride and Potassium Hexafluoroaluminate.
The explosive isobutane (LPG) was mixed with 150 kilos of toxic hydrogen fluoride (HF) when it escaped from a corroded pipe at the Stanlow petro-chemical plant in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, in May 2003.
If only Shell's refineries emitted roses, daisies, and sunflowers instead of sulfur dioxide, hydrogen fluoride, and tetra ethyl lead.
At the refinery, the secondary explosions have ruptured pipelines to several smaller pressurized tanks that contain thousands of gallons of anhydrous hydrogen fluoride.
Kilkenny man Dan Brennan believes hydrogen fluoride emissions from a local brick factory are causing the problems on his 170-acre dairy farm.
A lawn is healthy, too: a 50 x 50 foot square of grass releases enough oxygen for a family of four, while absorbing carbon dioxide, hydrogen fluoride and perosyacetyle nitrate.
The hazardous substances covered in this volume are ammonia; 2-butanone oxime; 2-butenal, dicyclopentadiene; 2,4- dinitrotoluene, 2,6-dinitrotoluene, and 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene; hydrogen fluoride and fluorides; halogenetic anesthetic gases; sulfuric acid; oleum; thiourea; trichloroethene and tetrachloroethene; tryglycidyl isocyanurate; and zirconium.
Member State rapporteurs have been assigned as follows: acetonitrile (rapporteur: Spain); acrylamide, butadiene (rapporteur: UK); acrylonitrile (rapporteur: Ireland); acrylic acid, methacrylic acid, methyl methacrylate (rapporteur: Germany); hydrogen fluoride (rapporteur: the Netherlands).
Smith (University of Texas, El Paso), while studying other elements in giant stars, had accidentally detected the infrared signature of gaseous hydrogen fluoride (HF).
to report a possible leak of hydrogen fluoride from a tank.