Emissions of carbon tetrachloride from Europe

@inproceedings{Graziosi2016EmissionsOC,
  title={Emissions of carbon tetrachloride from Europe},
  author={Francesco Graziosi and Jgor Arduini and Paolo Bonasoni and F. Furlani and Umberto Giostra and Alistair Manning and Archie McCulloch and Simon O'Doherty and Peter G. Simmonds and Stefan Reimann and Martin K. Vollmer and Michela Maione},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract. Carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) is a long-lived radiatively active compound with the ability to destroy stratospheric ozone. Due to its inclusion in the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer (MP), the last two decades have seen a sharp decrease in its large-scale emissive use with a consequent decline in its atmospheric mole fractions. However, the MP restrictions do not apply to the use of carbon tetrachloride as feedstock for the production of other chemicals… CONTINUE READING

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