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  • one year ago

Chlorofluorocarbons are released via: A. car exhaust B. trash landfills C. aerosol sprays D. refrigerants

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  1. anonymous
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    @aloud

  2. anonymous
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    @TillLindemann

  3. anonymous
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    One moment.

  4. anonymous
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    kk

  5. anonymous
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    Okay, so I know the answer, but I want to know which one you think it is.

  6. anonymous
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    B?

  7. anonymous
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    Nope.

  8. anonymous
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    Let me use a quote from an article. "The most common sources of chlorofluorocarbons are aerosols and leakages from refrigeration equipment, according to the Scottish Environment Protection..."

  9. anonymous
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    Now which one do you think it is?

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    C

  11. anonymous
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    Nope... Reread the quote. :)

  12. anonymous
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    it could be c or d couldn't it? Because it says "aerosols and leakages from refrigeration equipment."

  13. anonymous
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    Reeefrigeraaattiiooon. ;)

  14. anonymous
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    ik... u made ur point. But still.

  15. anonymous
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    But if you think otherwise, go with your gut instinct.

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    yes sir

  17. anonymous
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    :) You can do it!

  18. anonymous
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    thanks!!

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