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How do CFCs destroy ozone?



A. A carbon atom from a CFC combines with one oxygen from ozone and leaves a two-atom oxygen molecule.
B. A chlorine atom from a CFC combines with two oxygen atoms from ozone and leaves an oxygen atom.
C. A CFC combines with a three-atom oxygen molecule.
D. A chlorine atom from a CFC combines with one oxygen from ozone and leaves a two- atom oxygen molecule.

This question is part of Chapter 17 Air Pollution and Global Changes
Asked by Only_u, Last updated: Mar 30, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Jul 19, 2017

A chlorine atom from a CFC combines with one oxygen from ozone and leaves a two- atom oxygen molecule.
 

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