Articles | Volume 10, issue 20
29 Oct 2010
 | 29 Oct 2010

Potential impact of iodinated replacement compounds CF3I and CH3I on atmospheric ozone: a three-dimensional modeling study

D. Youn, K. O. Patten, D. J. Wuebbles, H. Lee, and C.-W. So

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