MdFCMédecins Francophones du Canada (Francophone Doctors of Canada)
MdFCMcDonnell Douglas Finance Corporation (Delaware)
MdFCMilk and Dairy Foods Control Branch (California Department of Food and Agriculture)
MdFCMovement of Democratic Forces of the Casamance (Senegal)
MdFCMulti-Dimensional Foster Care (California)
MdFCMinority Development Financing Commission (Ohio)
MdFCMinimum Domain Formation Concentration
MdFCMurine Dental Follicle Cells
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At Technodes, the company's newly opened R&D facility in Guerville, researcher Christian Vernet is tackling MDFC, which stands for "macro defect-free cement," a cement polymer composite that resembles a ceramic as much as a cement.
MDFC reduces the defects in cement--thus strengthening it--by reducing the porosity to less than 10% water.
In the laboratory, this yields a ceramic-like product whose elasticity is like that certain metal alloys--so elastic, in fact, that you can make cement springs from MDFC.
The Japanese are using MDFC to make decorative wall tiles.
He could buy the chain for $16 million, and if he put up $4 million of his own, he would be loaned the other $12 million by MDFC Loan Corp., a lender that had previously loaned him $8 million.