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Gasses covered under the 1987 Montreal Protocol and utilized for refrigeration, ventilating, bundling, insulation, solvents, or aeroslo propellants . Since they are not wrecked in the lower atmosphere, CFCs float into the upper atmosphere where, given reasonable conditions, they destroy ozone layer. These gasses are being supplanted by different mixes: hydrochlorofluorocarbons, an interval substitution for CFCs that are likewise secured under the Montreal Protocol, and hydrofluorocarbons, which are covered under the Kyoto Protocol. Every one of these substances are additionally greenhouse gasses.
Chlorofluorocarbons related journals:
International Journal of Environment and Pollution, Environmental Pollution, Pollution, Journal of Environment Pollution and Human Health, Journal of Geophysical Research.