Hvac professor learns CFC-ozone theory firsthand

Barnett, Craig J.
May 1994
Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration News;5/16/94, Vol. 192 Issue 3, p17
Trade Publication
Recounts a professor's research on chloroflourocarbons (CFC), ozone and the environment. California State Instructional Development Grant in the laboratory of professor F. Sherwood Rowland in the University of California in Irvine's Chemistry Department; Ability of chlorine, bromine and halon to destroy stratospheric ozone; Research methods; Stability of CFC molecules in the troposphere.


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