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Fuel Costs

Fuel for Electric Utility Generation of Electricity 1970—1990, kW h x 10

Fuel Oxygenates Properties

Fuel Properties

Fuel Values of Biomass Components

Fuels Used in Gas Turbine Applications

Full Load Efficiencies

Full Load Efficiencies

Full-Load Efficiencies of Energy-Efficient Motors

Function and Location of Spider Silk Glands

Function of Composition of

Functional Class Names Used in Radicofunctional Nomenclature 1.22

Functional Monomers for Copolymerization with Acrylic Monomers

Functionalities Produced by Oxidation with Purple Hydrocarbon

Functions of Industrial Solvents in End Uses

Functions of Phosphates in Dairy Substitutes

Fundamental Physical Constants 2.3

Fundamental Physical Constants. 1-22

Fundamental vibration wavenumbers of crotonaldehyde obtained from the infrared and Raman spectra

Fundamental Vibrational Frequencies in cm of Parent Heterocycles

Furnace Process Special Grades for Pigment Applications in Inks, Plastics, Paints, and Paper

Further examples of atmospheric corrosion rates for zinc

FURTHER PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF TEE FIRST TRANSITION SERIES ELEMENTS

Fused Polycyclic Hydrocarbons 1.8

Fused-Ring Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons Found in Petroleum

FVaction of symmetric lattice evolving according to an OT 0p rule yields reversible behavior.

GABA and GABA Receptor Agonists and Antagonists

Gallium Ghalcogenides

Gallium in Rocks and Minerals

Gallium Oxides and Hydroxides

Galvanic Series in Flowing Seawater, 4 m s at 24 C

Galvanic series in sea water

Galvanic Series of Metals and Alloys

Galvanic series of some commercial metals and alloys in

Galvanic series of some commercial metals and alloys in sea-water

Gamma for Several Oom s

Gamma ray spectra of Selenium and iridium.

Gas and Water-Vapor Permeabilities of PS Films

Gas Caloric Heating Cost Basis Evaluation for Liquids Recovery

Gas Chromatographic Analysis of the Results of Cracking Polymer Mixtures Using a Conrad Unit

Gas Composition

Gas Composition and Yield from Integrated Hydrogasification Process at Stage T

Gas Composition Requirements for Substitute Natural Gas and for Power Generation

Gas Constant, C, as Function of Ratio of Specific Heat, Cp Cy, or k

Gas Constants

Gas Consumption by Glycol Powered Pump

Gas Film Height of Transfer Unit

Gas flow through pipes and fittings

Gas Mixture Data

Gas Permeability Constants at 25 C for Polymers and



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