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Gurjeet from LA BLOSSOMS SCHOOL, asked a question
Subject: Science , asked on 14/3/14

What is the full form of CFC ??

Vaibhav Thakur From B.c.m. Prominent School, added an answer, on 18/2/12
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the full form of cfc is clorofluorocarbon which is one of the greenhouse gas.

it leads to the depletation of ozone layer.

hope it helps you.

good luck...

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Mushtaq Ahmed , Meritnation Expert added an answer, on 14/3/14
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You may refer to the answers provided by your friends
@Others...Good work,,,keep posting!

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Puneet Singh From Aksips-41, added an answer, on 18/2/12
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ChloroFluoroCarbon

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Abhishek Patra From Red Roses Public School, added an answer, on 18/2/12
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they are green house gases as i tried searching at wikipedia

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Rachitha Rulez... From N.s.k.k. High School, added an answer, on 18/2/12
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full form is CHLORO FLURO CARBON.

its mainly emitted by refrigirators and air conditioners

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Sakshi Choudhary From Kendriya Vidyalaya No 2, added an answer, on 18/2/12
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 prachi CFC is a greenhouse gas

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Mohit Reny From Kendriya Vidyalaya No. 1, added an answer, on 18/2/12
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chloro fluoro carbon

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Chaaya From The Indian High School, added an answer, on 14/3/14
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clorofluorocarbon

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Abhishek Patra From Red Roses Public School, added an answer, on 18/2/12
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Although CFCs are greenhouse gases, they are regulated by the Montreal Protocol, which was motivated by CFCs ' contribution to ozone depletion

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Prachi From Doon Public School, added an answer, on 18/2/12
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chlorofluorocarbon

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Shivangi Sachdeva From Lancer's Convent Sr Sec School, added an answer, on 18/2/12
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chlorofluro carbons

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Prachi From Doon Public School, added an answer, on 18/2/12
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To the best of my knowledges CFCs are NOT  greenhouse gases . Rather, they 're detrimental to the atmosphere because they release free halogen radicals that catalyze the decomposition of ozone. Put in simpler terms, the presence of CFCs in the stratosphere has contributed significantly to the thin patches of  ozone layer  (the so-called "ozone hole").

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Prachi From Doon Public School, added an answer, on 18/2/12
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@vaibhav CFC is nt a greenhouse gas

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