The main danger of CFCs is that they deplete the ozone layer giving rise to increased penetration of UV rays on to the earth. This heats up earth's surface, melts glaciers thereby flooding many parts of the world. They also reduce the oxygen levels.
CFCs are cloroflorocarbon
CFCs are neither soluble in water or reactive with it. Rain has no impact on CFCs
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) are non-toxic.
Yes, CFCs are greenhouse gases.
CFCs were the compressed gas that was used as "spring" to push the can contents out of the container. CFCs have been replaced with HCFCs as a consequence of the Montreal Protocol.
Replacements for CFCs (dependding on use) included:HCFCsNitrogenAirPropane
CFCs convert ozone to oxygen. It creates hole in ozone.
CFCs destroy ozone from the atmosphere and also are greenhouses gases.
By the CFCs being sorced into the air, the sun is Breaking them down into the earth.
Yes, the dangers to which he his colleagues drew attention were recognised, the use of CFCs has been greatly reduced and there are still laws governing their use in various jurisdictions. Please see his article on wikipedia.
The ozone layer is harmed by the use of CFcs. These CFCs are the ones which react with ozone to deplete it.
There are no CFCs as they where banned because they react with the ozone layer O3 but they where mostly used in Australia which is why there is an opening in the ozone layer.CFCs are released when we use aerosol sprays, refridgerators and air conditioning units.
Chlorofluorocarbons, also known as CFCs.CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons).Chloro Fluoro Carbons (CFCs) (the gases running old vehicle air conditioners).
CFCs or chlorofluorocarbons are released when a device that holds it is leaking. Also some aerosols release CFCs into the atmosphere.
They don't. CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) are non-toxic to humans and animals. They only kill ozone molecules.
yes, they do
Deplete the ozone.
The ozone hole is caused by the continues usage of ODS which contain CFCs. These CFCs react with ozone and deplete it.
The ozone is hurted by the man made CFCs. These CFcs react with the ozone present in the ozone layer to deplete it.
The ozone layer is at risk due to the continues use of CFCs. These CFCs react with ozone to decompose and deplete it.
Refrigerants contain CFCs. These CFCs are the chemicals that react with ozone present in the ozone layer and destroy it.