Contribution Of Brominated Organics

In Section C.3, we saw that gas-phase chlorine chemistry in the stratosphere is inextricably intertwined with bromine chemistry. Because of this close interrelationship, altering the concentrations of only one of the halogens (e.g., through controls) may not have the proportional quantitative result that might be initially expected. We explore in this section in more detail the role of brominated organics in stratospheric ozone destruction and the interrelationship with chlorine chemistry.

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