Ozone depletion describes two distinct but related phenomena observed since
the late 1970s: ... Ozone can be destroyed by a number of free radical catalysts,
the most .... They were used in air cond...
Are aerosols still bad for the ozone layer? -- Sheila, Abilene, TX. The aerosol
spray can has a storied history in the United States. First invented in the 1920s by
Oct 14, 2011 ... Myth: Aerosol sprays damage the Earth's ozone layer. ... The first aerosol can
was designed by Eric Rotheim and patented in 1931.
The word "aerosol" also refers to the dispenser or package used to change the
ingredient inside the container into an aerosol. The aerosol spray can dates back
Ozone depletion ... Aerosols are common, convenient, and harmless, right? It's
hard to imagine that these everyday activities could be affecting the atmosphere
ten ... Rowland photo by William J. Cooper, UC Irvine; spray can photo provided
Sep 19, 2008 ... A: The aerosol spray can has a storied history in the United States. ...
hydrocarbons and nitrous oxide, which do not deplete the ozone layer.
Mar 4, 2015 ... Yes, perfumes are harmful on the long run! To get more information about this
please ... Are aerosol spray cans still bad for the ozone? ... major force behind it
but still it does some pretty good harm in depleting the ozone layer.
Apr 17, 2013 ... Aerosol spray cans have been free of ozone damaging chemicals since the ...
Prize for his work on the effects of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs).
Aerosol products have been widely charged with damaging the ozone layer. ...
thousands of consumer products such as shaving cream, hair spray, paint, and ...
can be confident that aerosols made in the U.S. will not damage the ozone layer.
Jul 16, 2014 ... The adverse effect of using deodorants does not only limit to breast cancer but
the ... Chlorofluorocarbon carbons are biggest threat to ozone layer. Spray
deodorants contain aerosol to use as propellant, aerosols have been ...