Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) - Definition, glossary, details

HCFCs are organic compounds that contain carbon, fluorine, chlorine and hydrogen atoms. These compounds are subclass of CFCs. The manufacture and use of HCFCs is also banned under Montreal protocol due to its ozone depleting capability. These compounds find use as propellants in refrigerators, aerosol cans and air conditioning systems.

Other Terms

Hydrocarbons Hydrates Halocarbons
Hydrological cycle

Power Plant CCS - Glossary

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