PF

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AcronymDefinition
PFProfile
PFProof
PFPower Forward (basketball)
PFPoints For
PFPower Factor
PFPatriotic Front (Zambia)
PFProgram Files
PFPension Fund
PFPink Floyd (band)
PFPhat Farm (clothing brand)
PFPublic Facilities
PFFrench Polynesia (ISO country code, top level domain)
PFPersonal Foul (basketball)
PFPosture Foundation (PF Flyer shoes)
PFPheasants Forever (wildlife conservaton group)
PFPublic Finance
PFPublic Forum
PFProject Finance
PFPolícia Federal (Brazil; Federal Police Force)
PFPacket Filter
PFPhiladelphia Flyers (NHL)
PFPrefetch
PFPacific Fighters (computer game)
PFPigeon Forge (Tennessee)
PFPostfach (German: PO Box)
PFPro Forma
PFPage File
PFPower Failure
PFPreguntas Frecuentes (Spanish: Frequently Asked Questions)
PFPulp Fiction (film by Quentin Tarantino)
PFPfennig
PFPeople First
PFPostfinance
PFPower Fist (computer games)
PFPhenol/Formaldehyde
PFPass/Fail (grade)
PFPicofarad
PFPelvic Floor (anatomy)
PFPersonal Fitness
PFPilot Flying
PFProtection Factor
PFPillow Fight
PFPatellofemoral
PFParacel Islands
PFPulse Frequency (Sprint)
PFPacific Fleet
PFPanzerfaust (computer gaming)
PFPower Feed
PFPositive Force
PFParticle Filter
PFParticulate Filter
PFProgrammable Function(s)
PFprotein free
PFProbability of Failure
PFProcurator Fiscal
PFPlantar Flexion
PFPersonal File
PFPersonality Factor (psychology)
PFPagan Federation
PFPour Feliciter (French: to extend congratulations)
PFPurple Fringing
PFPeter Fonda (actor)
PFPatrol Frigate
PFParity Flag
PFPre Flight
PFParapsychology Foundation
PFPerformance Factor
PFProblem Formulation
PFplain films (radiology)
PFPepperidge Farms
PFPaul Fleming (from P.F. Chang's China Bistro; restaurant named for founder Paul Fleming and chef Philip Chiang)
PFPulverized Fuel
PFPrevention First (violence/substance abuse prevention agency)
PFPolar Front
PFProtective Force
PFPermanent Forum
PFPucker Factor
PFPrivacy Forum
PFPalestinian Airlines (IATA airline code)
PFPrato Feito (Brazil; fast food)
PFProduction Factor
PFPortal Frame (structural engineering)
PFProfunda Femoris (anatomy)
PFPosition Fixing
PfProbability of False Alarm
PFPeanut Flour
PFPixel Frequency
PFPlain Face (construction)
PFPenetration Factor
PFProposed Finding
PFPlanned Facility
PFPrimary Feeder
PFPresentation Function
PFPassive Flow
PFPrivacy Foundation
PFPotency Factor
PFProtoflight
PFParachute Flare
PFPaged File
PFProstatitis Foundation
PFPrairie Flowers (workshop)
PFPlanning Factor
PFPeer Facilitator
PFProject Forecast
PFPartially Fertile
PFPhat Farms (clothing brand)
PFPolymer Filtration
PFPrice Pfister, Inc. (Lake Forest, CA)
PFProto Flight
PFPontus Ferrum (Latin: Sword Bridge; gaming; Cabal Online)
PFPartition Factor
PFPlanet Fortress (Team Fortress news site)
PFProduit de Fission (French: Fission Product)
PFPresence Function
PFPlain Flooding
PFPartial Fail (Nortel)
PFPolicía Fronteriza (México, border patrol)
PFPharmacopeia Forum
PFPOLYCENTER Framework (Digital Equipment Corporation)
PFProvidend Funds
PFPhilatelic Foundation of New York
PFPipes and Flowers (Elisa Italian music album)
PFPalm Foundation
PFPioneer and Fayette Failroad Company
References in periodicals archive ?
Technical analysis of resol resins, synthesized with the phenol/formaldehyde molar ratio of 1/2.
The study of bromine-containing phenol/formaldehyde resins allows the exploration of useful new phenolic resins as well as insight into the chemistry of the complex reactions between phenol and formaldehyde and their intermediate products.
Additional foundry applications include scrubbing phenol/formaldehyde from hot-box processes and ammonia/phenol from the shell process.
The book's contents include: Plastics as Polymeric Materials, Polyethylene (PE), Modified Polyethylene, Polyropylene Polymers, Other Polyolefins, Vinyl Polymers, Styrene Polymers, Polyacrylonitrile, Polymethylmethacrylate, Polyvinylcarbazole, Polyacetal, Fluoropolymers, Polyamides, Thermoplastic Polyesters, Polyarylethers, Polyaryletherketones, Sulfur-Containing Polymers, Polyimides, Phenol/Formaldehyde Resins, Urea/Formaldehyde Resins (Aminoplastics), Melamine/Formaldehyde Resins, Unsaturated Polyester Resins, Silicones, Epoxide Resins, Cross-Linked Polyurethanes, and Electrically Conducting Polymers.