Earth 2020: Science, society, and sustainability in the Anthropocene
PNAS -21 de abril, 2020
Another critical scientific advance occurred in the mid-1970s, when Mario Molina and F. Sherwood Rowland first demonstrated that chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) would break down under UV exposure in the stratosphere, releasing free radicals that catalyzed ozone destruction. The pair would go on to share the 1995 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Paul Crutzen.
CENTRO MARIO MOLINA PARA ESTUDIOS ESTRATÉGICOS
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