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MUFMaximum Usable Frequency
MUFMaterial Unaccounted For (nuclear industry)
MUFMulti-User Forth
MUFMaximum Urgency First
MUFModerata Ungdoms Förbundet
MUFModel Uncertainty Factor
MUFMoney up Front
MUFMake-Up Feed
MUFMollet Underground Foundation (band)
MUFMost Usable Frequency (DoD)
MUFMascot User's Forum
MUFMark Up Factor
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From an insight perspective, this research report has focused on various levels of analysis-industry analysis (industry trends and PEST analysis), market share analysis of top players, supply chain analysis, and company profiles, which together comprise and discuss basic views on the competitive landscape, emerging and high-growth segments of the MUF market, high-growth countries & their respective regulatory policies, government initiatives, drivers, restraints, and opportunities.
This led to a growing chorus of calls for paying greater attention to MUF (e.
PVA strongly urges beneficiaries of VA Improved Pension to obtain and maintain proper receipts of all medical expenses paid out-of-pocket in the event their claimed expenses exceed MUF or if VA should otherwise request verification.
During storage, the aging of UF resins involves chemical changes, but MUF resins change less compared with UF resins (Siimer et al.
The tan [delta] curve of the sample bonded by the soybean/ MUF adhesive is shown in Figure 4.
Experiment I--Formulation of MUF resin based on UF polymer catalyzed with a strong acidic pH
It should be noted, however, the formaldehyde emission of MUF resins was not evaluated in these studies, because these resins were developed mainly for plywood gluing and the formaldehyde emission was not an issue at the time.
and UF were resistant to mold growth for the duration of the 8-week test while MUF was resistant to mold growth for the first 4 weeks, with very little mold growth up to 8 weeks.
UF and MUF showed similar behavior with a shear strength decreasing with the number of aging cycles.
In 1999 in North America, powder PF resin was one of the most common binders for bonding waferboard/strand-board panels, and powdered MUF or UF were commonly manufactured for interior ap plications and for international trade.