Organofluorine compounds find diverse applications ranging from oil and water repellents to pharmaceuticals, refrigerants, and reagents in catalysis. Fluorocarbons are more chemically and thermally stable than hydrocarbons, reflecting the relative inertness of the C-F bond.
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rganofluorine compounds find diverse applications ranging from oil and water repellents to pharmaceuticals, refrigerants, and reagents in catalysis. Fluorocarbons are more chemically and thermally stable than hydrocarbons, reflecting the relative inertness of the C-F bond. Hydrofluorocarbon liquids have medical applications as oxygen carriers. In September 2016, the New York Declaration urged a global reduction in the use of HFCs due to their contribution to climate change. On October 15 2016, Rwanda reached a legallybinding accord to phase out hydrofluorOCarbons in an amendment to the Montreal Protocol to the Environment. As indicated throughout this article, fluorine-substituents have a triple state, whereas carbletene has a ground state. The premier example is difluorocarbene, which is a singletene, whereas CF2, which has a tripleState, has a singtitu state, Whereas CF1, CF3, CF4, CF5, CF6, CF7, CF8, FC9, FC10, FC11, FC12, FC13, FC14, FC15, FC16, FC17, FC18, FC19, FC20, FC21, FC22, FC23, FC24, FC25, FC26, FC27, FC28, FC29, FC30, FC31, FC32, FC33, FC34, FC36, FC39, FC40, FC41, FC42, FC43, FC44, FC45, FC46, FC47, FC48, FC49, FC50, FC51, FC52, FC53, FC54, FC55, FC56, FC57, FC58, FC59, FC60, FC61, FC62, FC63, FC64, FC65, FC66, FC68, FC69, FC70, FC71, FC72, FC73, FC74, FC75, FC76, FC77, FC78, FC79, FC80, FC82, FC83, FC84, FC86, FC87, FC88, FC89, FC90, FC91, FC92, FC93, FC94, FC95, FC96, FC97, FC98, FC99, FC100, FC102, FC103, FC104, FC105, FC110, FC111, FC112, FC113, FC114, FC115, FC116, FC120, FC122, FC123, FC143, FC140, FC144, FC145, FC150, FC151, FC152, FC153, FC160, FC205, FC206, FC207, FC208, FC210, FC201, FC211, FC212, FC223, FC234, FC215, FC225, FC230, FC240, FC220, FC235, FC245, FC244, FC236, FC250, FC255, FC246, FC260, FC239, FC242, FC254, FC251, FC252, FC253, FC258, FC259, FC300, FC305, FC303, FC4, FC5, FC504, FC525, FC530, FC535, FC6, FC512, FC529, FC533, FC500, FC600, FC517, FC520, FC555, FC501, FC516, FC513, FC550, FC560, FC595, FC601, FC620, FC603, FC594, FC606, FC609, FC612, FC610, FC602, FC585, FC604, FC605, FC618, FC613, FC616, FC7, FC702, FC628, FC614, FC645, FC617, FCK6, KC6, K1, K2, K3, K4, K5, K7, K8, K9, K10, K12, K11, K13, K14, K15, K16, K17, K18, K19, K20, K21, K22, K24, K23, K25, K26, K28, K31, K32, K27, K29, K33, K30, K34, K36, K35, K44, K41, K43, K45, K51, K55, K52, K54, K57, K53, K6, KL, K56, K58, K61, K65, K62, K59, K60, K63, K64, K66, K48, Kolein, KL1, KL5, KL7, KL6, L1, L5, L7, L6
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