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Atmospheric Carbon Tetrachloride: Another Man-Made Pollutant

Hanwant Bir Singh, Douglas P. Fowler and Thomas O. Peyton
Science
New Series, Vol. 192, No. 4245 (Jun. 18, 1976), pp. 1231-1234
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1742601
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Atmospheric Carbon Tetrachloride: Another Man-Made Pollutant
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Abstract

On the basis of an analysis of historic worldwide emissions and removal mechanisms for carbon tetrachloride, a possible precursor for stratospheric ozone destruction, it has been demonstrated that the present atmospheric loading and distribution of carbon tetrachloride is primarily attributable to man-made emissions and no natural sources need be invoked to explain its presence in the atmosphere.

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