What is PERFLUOROCARBON (PFC)?

PFC, as it is commonly known, is a byproduct that appears when aluminum is smelted during the manufacturing process of a semiconductor. A PFC has a couple of carbon atoms, as well as four to six atoms of fluorine.

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