- Chlorofluorocarbon gases.
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gases — also See CFC gases exhaust gases greenhouse gases residual exhaust gases … Dictionary of automotive terms
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CFC — [[t]si͟ː ef si͟ː[/t]] CFCs N COUNT CFCs are gases that are used in things such as aerosols and refrigerators and can cause damage to the ozone layer. CFC is an abbreviation for chlorofluorocarbon … English dictionary
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Rowland, F. Sherwood — ▪ American chemist in full Frank Sherwood Rowland born June 28, 1927, Delaware, Ohio, U.S. American chemist who shared the 1995 Nobel Prize for Chemistry with chemists Mario Molina (Molina, Mario) and Paul Crutzen (Crutzen, Paul) for… … Universalium
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