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Causes and Effects of Stratospheric Ozone Reduction: An Update (1982)


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Suggested Citation:"LIST OF CHEMICAL SYMBOLS." National Research Council. 1982. Causes and Effects of Stratospheric Ozone Reduction: An Update. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/319.
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LI ST OF CHEMICAL SYMBOLS CC14 CFC13 CF2C12 CH4 CH3C1 CH3CC13 C1 ClNO3 C10 C10x co2 H H2 H2O HC1 HOx N NO NCt NCx N2O o O2 OH carbon tetrachloride a chlorofluorocarbon (F-~1) a chlorofluorocarbon (F-12) methane methyl chloride methyl chloroform atomic chlorine chlorine nitrate chlorine monoxide the oxides of chlorine carbon dioxide atomic hydrogen molecular hydrogen water hydrochloric acid the oxides of hydrogen atomic nitrogen nitric oxide nitrogen dioxide the oxides of nitrogen nitrous oxide atomic oxygen diatomic molecular oxygen triatomic molecular oxygen, ozone hydroxyl radical 142

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