CFC - see chlorofluorocarbons.
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chamber - as regards the U.S. government, either the House of Representatives or the Senate.
- see chlorofluorocarbons.
Chlorination byproducts - cancer-causing chemicals created when chlorine used for water disinfection combines with dirt and organic matter in water.
Central Group 11 (negotiating coalition of Central European Annex I parties).
See Chlorofluorocarbons. CFL See Crown Forest Licence. CG-11 Central Group 11 (negotiating coalition of Central European Annex I parties).
A family of compounds of chlorine, fluorine, and carbon, entirely of industrial origin.
That is why the planet was able to get together back in 1987 and sign he Montréal Protocol to agree to cut production in half. s are chemicals that destroy the ozone layer. In 1996 the Copenhagen agreement instituted a complete ban.
ChloroFluroCarbons (CFC's) A common industrial product, used in refrigeration systems, air conditioners, aerosols, solvents and in the production of some types of packaging.
Greenhouse gases include carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, chlorofluorocarbons ('s) and water vapour. Carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide have significant natural and human sources while only industries produce 's.
An example is CFC-12 (CCl2F2, used as a refrigerant in refrigerators and air conditioners and as a foam blowing agent.
The reference level of 1 is the potential of -11 and -12 to cause ozone depletion. If a product has an ozone depletion potential of 0.
The ratio of the warming caused by a substance to the warming caused by a similar mass of carbon dioxide. CFC-12, for example, has a GWP of 8,500, while water has a GWP of zero. (See> Class I Substance and Class II Substance.)
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Global Warming Potential: The ratio of the warming caused by a substance to the warming caused by a similar mass of carbon dioxide. -12, for example, has a GWP of 8,500, while water has a GWP of zero.
Ozone Depletion Potential is a measure of the relative potency of different chemicals in terms of ozone destruction. ODPs are generally measured relative to the refrigerant gas, CFC-11, which is defined to have an ODP of 1.0.
The integrated change in total ozone per unit mass emission of a specific compound, relative to the integrated change in the total ozone per unit mass of -11.
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CFR- Code of Federal Regulations
CHABA- Committee on Hearing and Bio-Acoustics
CHAMP- Community Health Air Monitoring Program
CHEMNET- Chemical Industry Emergency Mutual Aid Network ...
See also: Water, Atmosphere, Air, Radiation, Environment