Fluorocarbon meaning

flo͝or'ō-kär'bən, flôr'-
An inert liquid or gaseous halocarbon compound in which fluorine replaces some or all hydrogen atoms, used as aerosol propellants, refrigerants, solvents, and lubricants and in making plastics and resins.
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Any of various nonreactive halocarbons containing carbon, fluorine, and, in some cases, hydrogen: used as aerosols, lubricants, electrical insulators, etc.
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An inert, liquid or gaseous organic compound similar to a hydrocarbon but having fluorine atoms in the place of hydrogen atoms. Fluorocarbons are used in aerosol propellants and refrigerants.
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(chemistry) Any derivative of a hydrocarbon in which every hydrogen atom has been replaced by fluorine.
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