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Whatever Happened to the Ozone Hole? A Story of A/C, Atoms, and CFCs

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It might feel like theyre making us cooler, but refrigerators and air conditioning are actually making our world warmer. Yes, they use a huge amount of electricity, but many older cooling methods also released tons of molecules that are still hanging around, shredding our #ozone layer. In this episode of #Untold, a new #YouTubeLearning series from ACS, PBS, and YouTube, we consider how we might keep ourselves and our food cool, without accidentally warming up our world.

The chlorine reaction we showed isnt the only one--to learn more about bromine reactions that also destroy ozone, check out this link: https://www.esrl.noaa.gov/csl/assessments/ozone/2018/downloads/twentyquestions/Q8.pdf

And to learn why the Antarctic is most susceptible to ozone damage, check out the following: https://www.esrl.noaa.gov/csl/assessments/ozone/2018/downloads/twentyquestions/Q9.pdf

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Credits:

Executive Producers:
George Zaidan
Hilary Hudson

Producer/Editor:
Darren Weaver

Writer/Host:
Alex Dainis, PhD

Assistant Editor:
Brett Kuxhausen

Animator:
Shea Lord

Fact Checker:
Bob Hunt

Archive Producer:
Annalea Embree

Coordinating Producer:
Samantha Jones, PhD

Scientific Consultants:
Michelle Boucher, PhD
James Elkins, PhD
Andrew Jordan, PhD
Stephen Montzka, PhD
Brianne Raccor, PhD

Sources:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Gkvr9l3z38R-vJ6DHVniQsasfqGO0ZaQed-8hwvoYho/edit?usp=sharing

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