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Contribution of the Atmospheric Chlorine Reactions to the Degradation of Greenhouse Gases: CFCs Substitutes

By Iván Bravo, Yolanda Díaz-de-Mera, Alfonso Aranda, Elena Moreno and Ernesto Martínez

Submitted: December 3rd 2010Reviewed: July 5th 2011Published: October 3rd 2011

DOI: 10.5772/24224

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Iván Bravo, Yolanda Díaz-de-Mera, Alfonso Aranda, Elena Moreno and Ernesto Martínez (October 3rd 2011). Contribution of the Atmospheric Chlorine Reactions to the Degradation of Greenhouse Gases: CFCs Substitutes, Planet Earth 2011 - Global Warming Challenges and Opportunities for Policy and Practice, Elias G. Carayannis, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/24224. Available from:

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