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RFCRequest For Comment
RFCRugby Football Club
RFCRoyal Flying Corps (now RAF)
RFCReference Concentration
RFCRegistered Financial Consultant (IARFC)
RFCRemote Function Call
RFCRiver Forecast Center
RFCResidual Functional Capacity (disability assessment)
RFCResident Foreign Currency
RFCRamoji Film City (India)
RFCRequest For Change
RFCReconstruction Finance Corporation
RFCReady for Commissioning
RFCRegistro Federal de Contribuyentes
RFCRow Refresh Cycle
RFCRf Daughter Card
RFCResponse for a Class
RFCRequest for Comments
RFCRepetitive Flood Claims
RFCRemote File Communication
RFCRobinson Film Center (Shreveport, LA)
RFCRadio Free Charleston (West Virginia)
RFCRangers Football Club (Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
RFCResidential Funding Company (various locations)
RFCReading Football Club
RFCRemote Flow Control
RFCRadiowealth Finance Company (Mandaluyong, Philippines)
RFCResidential Funding Corporation
RFCReplication Fork Collapse (cell biology)
RFCRecycling for Charities (Boulder, CO)
RFCRegenerative Fuel Cell
RFCRosenberg Fund for Children
RFCRequest for Clarification
RFCRun for Cover
RFCReason For Change
RFCRacers for Christ (Gilbert, AZ)
RFCRichmond Football Club
RFCRelief for Cause
RFCRadio Free Chicago (Chicago, IL)
RFCResponse for A Class (coupling metric)
RFCRunning from Cops
RFCRageFire Chasm (gaming, World of Warcraft)
RFCResidential Finance Corporation (various locations)
RFCResponse Force Commander (US DoD)
RFCRegional Field Coordinator (various organizations)
RFCRequest for Contract
RFCRadio Frequency Choke (inductor)
RFCRegional Financial Center
RFCReturn for Credit
RFCRemote Field Controller
RFCRepublicans for Choice (Alexandria, VA)
RFCRequest for Credit (finance)
RFCRadio Free Cruze (online radio)
RFCRetirement for Cause
RFCReal Fighting Championships
RFCRequest for Capabilities
RFCRayleigh Fading Channel
RFCRequest for Communication
RFCRurban Financial Corp. (Defiance, OH)
RFCResources for Families and Communities (San Jose, CA)
RFCRequest for Check
RFCRochdale Football Club
RFCRemote Feature Control
RFCRecursive Flow Classification (algorithm)
RFCRefractivity from Clutter
RFCRenewable Fuels Commission (Michigan)
RFCRequest for Cross (finance/investing)
RFCRequest for Conformity
RFCRequest for Commands
RFCRadio Frequency Control
RFCRelease For Construction
RFCRecirculation Flow Control (power plant system)
RFCRealities for Children (Fort Collins, CO)
RFCRadar Final Control
RFCRician Fading Channel
RFCRequest for Commitment
RFCResponse Set for Class
RFCReference Exposure Concentration
RFCReconnaissance Fire Complex
RFCRadnor Fire Company (Wayne, PA)
RFCRoll Feed Controller
RFCRing Final Circuit
RFCRadio Frequency Cabinet
RFCRotary Fluid Coupler
RFCRapidly-Fading Channel
RFCResponse Flow Checklist
RFCRepresentation Fund Custodian (US Army)
RFCReconfigurable Functional Cache
RFCRadial Final Circuit
RFCRefrigerant Flow Control
RFCResponse Flow Chart
RFCRussian Family Code
RFCRocky Flats Control (number)
RFCRequired Functional Capability
RFCReserve Forces Course
RFCRequired Flow Capacity (road/traffic management)
RFCReturned For Corrections
RFCRevised for Construction
RFCRecques Football Club (Recques-sur-Hem, France)
RFCRenauphiles Franc-Comtois (French automobile club)
RFCReynaissance Family Center (Vallejo, CA)
RFCRituximab, Fludarabine and Cyclophosphamide (chemotherapy regimen)
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Due to the phase-lag, the reference concentration and the settling flux never drop to zero in a period even at the flow reversal, and the relevant magnitudes between onshore and offshore are similar.
According to Markert (1997) the average reference concentration for Fe in plants ranges from 5 to 200 ppm dry wt.
Estimated ambient concentrations of acrolein exceed the reference concentration (RfC) in > 90% of the 60,000 continental U.S.
By contrast, the advent of lower-cost, benchtop MS equipment that retains reference concentration specificity but now features analytical sensitivity matching the best steroid immunoassays renders MS-based [E.sub.2] assays more widely accessible.
A mechanistic model is needed to extrapolate test results conducted at one concentration level to a different reference concentration level for all different VOCs of interest so that the performance of a sorbent media for different VOCs can be better distinguished.
EPA has not established a Reference Dose (RfD) or a Reference Concentration (RfC) for ethylene oxide.
The median reference concentration of serum hepcidin-25 has previously been determined to be 4.2 nmol/L (range 0.5-13.9 nmol/L) (18).
EPA, respectively, have established a minimal risk level (MRL) of 300 ng/[m.sup.3] and a reference concentration (RfC) of 200 ng/[m.sup.3] for elemental mercury vapor in residential quarters (ATSDR 1999; U.S.
A Review of the Reference Dose and Reference Concentration Processes.