What does the scientifical term CFCs mean?
Chlorofluorocarbons. (And "scientifical" isn't a word!)
The To and Fro motion about the mean position of any system is known as the vibration or oscillation. Example- A simple pendulum.
Scientifical is largely not accepted as a word, mostly because it is a redundant redefinition of "scientific." Scientifical should be a word. Examples: He is scientifical in his thinking. She takes a scientifical approach to her experiments. The Universe is in part of a scientifical nature, where the laws of physics are evident, but not completely understood in all matters of 'outer space'. - MJ (intellectually speaking) ... I mean come on, the word fits!
oil spills , use of CFCs ,Overgrazing,Kaingin Farming,Dynamite Fishing and use of inorganic fertilizers
I'm not sure what the scientifical term is, but I call them barbs.
His offered a scientifical opinion on the subject. (Note that scientifical is not officially a word according to the Princeton dictionary).
You may mean,"What is an insect's scientific name?" It depends on what type of insect it is.
I THINK ITS CALLED A KNOWLEDGE NUT OF COURSE THATS NOT THE SCIENTIFICAL TERM BUT IN "SLANG" THATS HOW THEY REFER TO IT.
Due to the term 'mitosis' having a scientifical definition, there aren't truly any words that fully replace the term 'mitosis'. Some synonyms of the word, however, are amitosis and cellular division.
CFCs are cloroflorocarbon
CFCs are neither soluble in water or reactive with it. Rain has no impact on CFCs
Albuterol inhalers used to be powered by CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons). Because of the Montreal Protocol to phase out the use and production of CFCs, since 2008 all Albuterol inhalers are powered by hydrofluoroalkanes (HFAs).
What is the term for gases produced by aerosols and manufacturing that destroy the earth's ozone layer?
The gases present in aerosols are called CFC's. The full form of CFC is chlorofluorocarbons.
donkey kong (i know it sounds like im lying but it really is the scientifical term for the answer your looking for and the compound found in oxygen is so big its why they call it donkey kong)
CFC's are chloroflouro carbon compounds while HCFC's are hydro chloroflouro carbon compounds .
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.
What substitutes for CFCs came into being after scientists discovered that CFCs were harming the atmosphere?
Replacements for CFCs (dependding on use) included: HCFCs Nitrogen Air Propane
they valued scientifical reasoning
they really don't have a scientifical name...
Laprine is the scientific name for rabbits.
CFCs destroy ozone from the atmosphere and also are greenhouses gases.
CFCs convert ozone to oxygen. It creates hole in ozone.
The volatizing chemical used in mechanical refrigeration is spelled freon. This is actually the trademarked brand name (Freon) for chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) produced by the DuPont company, but it has become a widely-used term for such refrigerants (a useful generic term).
What is the term for gas is produced by aerosols and manufacturing that destroy the earths ozone layer?
The chemical compound used in aerosols that are thought to be harmful to the Ozone are known as Chlorofluorocarbon or "CFCs" for short.
Scienitifc equation is a equation that has lots of scientifical things
By the CFCs being sorced into the air, the sun is Breaking them down into the earth.
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.
do u mean scientifically creative? Its asking questions whose answers have not been discovered yet and finding their answers. Finding out how things work , discovering alternate and simpler ways to solve a problem.
The mathematical term for "mean" is "mean". The popular, or colloquial term for "mean" is "average".
Chlorofluorocarbons, also known as CFCs. CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons). Chloro Fluoro Carbons (CFCs) (the gases running old vehicle air conditioners).
The ozone layer is harmed by the use of CFcs. These CFCs are the ones which react with ozone to deplete it.
Due to my scientifical research I solemnly believe that the answer is Glucose.
Force is the pressure of something against another object.
I think that Columbus was addictd to the scientifical term know as guapo huevos and he live in Cake town with doctor nockers and my former room mateBut with all do respect i think that he just wanted 250000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 waffles and didnt give a crap about gold
They don't. CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) are non-toxic to humans and animals. They only kill ozone molecules.
CFCs or chlorofluorocarbons are released when a device that holds it is leaking. Also some aerosols release CFCs into the atmosphere.
The effect of CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) is to destroy the ozone layer. The cause of CFCs is us, as CFCs are a man-made gas. (Luckily the world agreed to stop making them, and the ozone layer is slowly rebuilding itself.)
Not all CFCs have the same staying power in the atmosphere. The duration of their existence is measured as a half-fife (the time for half of a release of CFCs to decompose). CFCs' half lives range from 60 to 640 years depending on the compound, the related compounds HFCs have a half life of2 to 250 years. again depending on the compound.
he got 4 degrees for mathematical and scientifical stuff
mor carbon dioxide in the atmosphere means that no gases can get out. That is correlation.
according to scientifical studies there is no recording of life on the moon , including dinosaurs
No, the chlorine and other chemicals in CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) destroy the ozone molecules and weaken the ozone layer.
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.
The ozone hole is caused by the continues usage of ODS which contain CFCs. These CFCs react with ozone and deplete it.
Refrigerants contain CFCs. These CFCs are the chemicals that react with ozone present in the ozone layer and destroy it.
What negative impact did chemistry have on society through the production and use of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)?
Hazardous coolants in refrigeration units were replaced
CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) have been banned all over the world. These gases are no longer made. They survive in some very old refrigerators and car air-conditioning systems. No modern products contain CFCs.