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F

Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that the issue is a foreign company.
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F

A symbol appearing next to a stock listed on NASDAQ indicating that the stock belongs to a foreign company. All NASDAQ listings use a four-letter abbreviation; if an F follows the abbreviation, this indicates that the security being traded represents a foreign company.
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f

1. Used in bond transaction tables in newspapers to indicate a bond that trades flat: Datpnt 8 7/8 06f.
2. Used in mutual fund transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that the price quotation is derived from the previous day's trading: Gro Inc f.
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The Chinese fluorine chemicals industry is gathered around the locations with the highest concentration of fluorite resources such as Zhejiang, Fujian, Jiangxi and Henan.
The past decade has been a period of intense exploration of new approaches to the preparation of industrially and medicinally important isoquinolines which incorporate fluorine and fluorine-containing functional groups.
In the bulk plasma, the velocity of the fluorine ion was proportional to [square root of [V.sub.h] + [V.sub.l]].
Therefore, according to these results, we can think the fluorine component can enhance selectivity of the PDMS hybrid membrane.
The frequency red shift observed the for [C.sub.[beta]]-F involving stretching indicated that the fluorine connected to [C.sub.[beta]] might play certain roles in the halogen bonding complexes.
The curve b in Figure 6 represents the relationship between the contact angle of water with the F-DLC film and the change of relative fluorine content in the film.
Fluorinated copolymers are known to have many useful and desirable features, such as high thermal, aging, and weather resistance; excellent inertness to solvents, acids, and alkalis; and oil and water repellency due to the low polarizability and the strong electronegativity of the fluorine atom.
Measuring the amounts of sulfur, chlorine and fluorine in the blobs, Black found surprisingly high levels of those elements--in one sample, up to 0.75 percent chlorine and 1.95 percent fluorine by weight.
It has been widely reported that around 20% of all pharmaceuticals and at least 30% of agrochemicals on the market contain fluorine. Amongst recently introduced products, the proportions are even higher.
They confirmed that the fluorine content in tea exceeds the standard for tap water in terms of density in about 70 percent of the 130 instances they analyzed.
As long ago as 1937, Danish scientist Kaj Eli Roholm published Fluorine Intoxication, an exhaustive exploration of the effects of fluorine exposure in industrial and community settings.
Trace element fluorine in food turns into fluoride by binding with minerals like calcium in the body.