1996 CENR Initiatives

  title={1996 CENR Initiatives},
  author={Rezarta Islamaj Dogan and Lise Getoor and W. John Wilbur and Stephen M. Mount},
  journal={Environmental Health Perspectives},
  pages={469 - 469}
and emits UV light, explains Michael S. Swan, PTI's vice president for business development. Just as sunlight splinters CFCs, the UV lamps release highly reactive molecules known as free radicals. To prevent these promiscuous molecules from bonding with unsuitable partners, Swan says, PTI "mates" them with a solid reagent containing calcium oxide, thereby producing salts such as calcium chloride. DuPont, meanwhile, is focusing on techniques to convert CFCs into less destructive… 

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