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MCFThousand Cubic Feet
MCFmillion cubic feet
MCFMulti-Core Fiber
MCFMobile Content Forum (Japan)
MCFMunicipal Corporation, Faridabad (India)
MCFMarginal Cost of Funds (economics)
MCFMom Connector Framework
MCFMultipoint Communication Framework
MCFMac Convergence Function
MCFMedia Collection File
MCFMathcad Font File
MCFMeta Content Framework
MCFMulticast Communication Framework
MCFMulti Channel Fast Ethernet
MCFManaged Custom Folder
MCFMeta Content Format
MCFMeta Content Framework (Netscape)
MCFMinnesota Correctional Facility
MCFMarin Community Foundation (Novato, CA)
MCFMalignant Catarrhal Fever
MCFMulti-Channel Fullfillment (IBM)
MCFMouth Cancer Foundation (UK)
MCFMagic Circle Festival (German rock music festival)
MCFMajor Capital Facilities (Australia)
MCFMethyl Chloroform
MCFMission Control Facility (various locations)
MCFMonolithic Crystal Filter (electronics)
MCFMaster Configuration File (computing)
MCFMichigan Cancer Foundation
MCFMill Creek Farm
MCFManagement Consultancy Firm
MCFMoney Comes First
MCFMicro Credit Fund
MCFMedical Care Foundation (healthcare)
MCFMessage Confirmation
MCFMassachusetts Curriculum Frameworks (Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education)
MCFMinnesota Community Foundation (Minneapolis, MN)
MCFMinnesota Chromatography Forum (est. 1978)
MCFMedical Care Facility
MCFMitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift (industrial lift trucks)
MCFMully Children’s Family (Kenya)
MCFMan Crush Forever
MCFMechanized Cut and Fill (mining)
MCFMan Crush Friday
MCFMaintenance and Checkout Facility (US NASA)
MCFmethane conversion factor
MCFMangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers
MCFMovement Coordination Function
MCFMedia Container Format (open source)
MCFMessage Communication Function
MCFMetadata Configuration File
MCFMultiCore Framework (Mercury Computer Systems)
MCFMutual Coherence Function
MCFMobile Communication Fund (Japan)
MCFMorrisville College Foundation (New York)
MCFMongolian Cluster Freak (polite version)
MCFMagnetically Coupled Filter
MCFMiley Cyrus Fever (fan club)
MCFMinnesota Composers Forum
MCFMaster Classification File
MCFMilitary Computer Family
MCFMaterials Chemistry Forum (Royal Society of Chemistry; UK)
MCFMobile Control Function
MCFMuskegon Correctional Facility (Michigan Department of Corrections)
MCFMoto Clube de Faro (Motorcycle Association)
MCFMustang Club de France (French automobile club)
MCFMega City Four (band)
MCFMotobécane Club de France (French motorcycle club)
MCFMouvement des Cégépiens pour le Français (French: French College Student Movement; Canada)
MCFMetadata Content Framework
MCFMalta Chess Federation
MCFMound Correctional Facility (Michigan)
MCFMotorola Cold Fire
MCFMorgan Club de France (French automobile club)
MCFMedical Contingency File
MCFMacdonald-Cartier Freeway
MCFMarconi Communications Federal, Inc (Pittsburg, Pennsylvania)
MCFManual Change Form
MCFMedia Calibration File
MCFMaster Cost File
MCFMaintenance Coordination Function
MCFMobile Care Framework (Mobile Diagnostix Inc.)
MCFMarikina City First (Philippines)
MCFMaximum Contention-Free
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1) of dispersions and cast films suggest four workable alternatives for Freon and methyl chloroform: heptane.
(7) Under the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990, the de minimis exception in respect of certain imported taxable products is not available with respect to methyl chloroform.
A company, including its divisions, branches, or facilities that achieves a total use reduction of methyl chloroform (MCF) and/or CFC-113 used as solvents in its manufacturing processes of 95% or more over its 1990 use is exempted from the labeling requirement for its products manufactured with MCF and/or CFC-113.
* 1,1,1 trichloroethane (trade names are |Genklene', |Chlorothene', and |Inhibisol'), now more commonly described as methyl chloroform - has an ODP of about 0.11 and a MEL of 350ppm.
This approach is based on the assumption that the OH reaction is the only one removing methyl chloroform from the atmosphere.
Under the EPA's current timetable, chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), halons, carbon tetrachloride, and methyl chloride will be phased out by the year 2000 and methyl chloroform by 2002-unless these dates are advanced by more dire reports on the rate of ozone depletion.
While the year 2000 deadline for phasing out the five most destructive chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), three halons and carbon tetrachloride remains unchanged, the revised Clean Air Act speeds a phaseout of methyl chloroform production by three years, to 2002.
Participating nations have agreed to lower production of methyl chloroform by 70 percent by the year 2000 and to end its production by the year 2005.
Other industrial chemicals, such as methyl chloroform and carbon tetrachloride, also release chrlorine into the stratosphere, and the Environmental Protection Agency wants to limit these as well (SN: 6/10/89, p.
At the meeting, countries also showed support for setting limits on other harmful chlorine-containing chemicals, such as methyl chloroform and carbon tetrachloride, says Eileen B.