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OFOld French
OFofficer (NATO)
OFOverflow Flag
OFOperand Fetch (Von Neumann cycle step)
OFOrdem dos Farmacêuticos (Portuguese Pharmaceutical Society)
OFOsvobodilna Fronta
OFOsseointegration Foundation
OFOne Fitness Sdn. Bhd (Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia)
OFOwner's Funds (finance)
OFOpposing Force
OFOverflow
OFOxygen-Free
OFOutfielder
OFOptical Fiber
OFOverland Flow
OFOutfield (Baseball, Softball)
OFOutfitting
OFOil Fired
OFOld Face
OFOlivier Fraysse
OFOperation Firestorm
OFOptional Form
OFOriginal Formulation (pharmaceutical)
OFOld Fart
OFOptical Fuse (Delaire)
OFObstacle Free
OFOutput File (Linux command line)
OFOutFront (web development help site and forum community)
OFObjective Force (US Army)
OFObject Finance
OFOpen Firmware
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A planetary body awash with seas not of water, but of liquid methane, Titan could harbor methane-based, oxygen-free cells.
8220;Customers didn't just need high flow, but also faster color recovery when irradiated in oxygen-free packaging.
Oxygen-free copper rods which we ourselves produce will be a key input for the speciality cables to be produced by the joint venture.
When purging stainless steel or other reactive metals, a well purged oxygen-free environment is crucial to ensure a clean, strong weld that is free of oxidation and has a uniform and smooth internal weld profile.
These widespread sulphide conditions close to the continents, coupled with deeper waters that remained oxygen-free and iron-rich, would have placed major restrictions on both the timing and pace of biological evolution.
ITALIAN researchers have found the first animals able to live in an oxygen-free environment.
oxygen-free heating of oil shale in a retort) was built in Kohtla-Jarve.
STOCKHOLM, November 30 /PRNewswire/ -- On Monday the 16th of November, the Swedish National Council for Nuclear Waste held a seminar on copper corrosion, where international experts were given the opportunity to pose questions regarding the alleged mechanisms of copper corrosion in an oxygen-free environment that have been discussed recently.
The material is then heated in an oxygen-free furnace at 704[degrees]C to 816[degrees]C (1,300[degrees]F to 1,500[degrees]F), creating a completely sanitized product.
This trapped the water and everything in it in an oxygen-free, or anoxic, environment.
It creates an oxygen-free exhaust allowing for the use of a three-way catalyst.
Methods have been developed using laser energy to remove old solder and perform attachment of new solder balls without heating the component itself, in an oxygen-free chemical bath without nitrogen.
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