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Internat. J. Refrig. (Revue Internat. du Froid), 11(4), 1988. In English.

"Characterization of the CFC Issues Relating to the Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Industry. 1. The Chlorofluorocarbon Challenge," D.E. Grether (Internat. Environ. Corp., Oklahoma City OK 73125), 211-212. "_____2. Standards For Acceptable Levels of Contaminants In Refrigerants," S.G. Sundaresan (Copeland Corp., 1675 W. Campbell Rd., Sidney OH 45365), 213-216.

"Potential Impacts of CFC Restrictions on Refrigeration and Space-Conditioning Equipment," F.A. Creswick (Oakridge Nat. Lab., POB Y, Oak Ridge TN 37831), S.K. Fischer, J.R. Sand, 217-221.

"Impact of CFC Regulations on Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Manufacturers," P.W. Likes (Hussmann Corp., 12999 Charles Rock Rd., Bridgeton MO 63044), 222-223.

"Use of Chlorofluorocarbons in Refrigeration, Insulation and Mobile Air-Conditioning in the USA," T.G. Statt (US DOE, Mail Stop CE-132, 1000 Independence Ave. SW, Washington DC 20585), 224-228.

"Reduction of CFC-12 Emission from Refrigerators in the FRG," J. Burgel (Bosch Siemens Hausgerate GmbH, Postfach 1220, D-7928 Giengen, FRG), N. Knaup, H. Lotz, 229-233.

"CFCs in Transition," T. Atwood (Allied Signal Inc., Genetron Prod. Lab., 20 Peabody St., Buffalo NY 14210), 234-238.

"Solar Thermal Technology for the Destruction of CFC Waste," D.M. Blake (Solar Energy Res. Inst., 1617 Cole Blvd., Golden CO 80401), 239-242.

"Water--A Working Fluid for CFC Replacement," Q.S. Yuan (Elec. France, Ctr. Renardieres, F-77250 Moret Sur Loing, France), J.C. Blaise, 243-247.

"Implication of CFCs on Environmental Quality and Opportunities for Engineering Solutions," S.O. Andersen (Off. Air & Radiat. (ANR 445), U.S. EPA, Washington DC 20460), J.M. Lupinacci, 253-256.

"New Compression Heat-Pump Media as Replacements for CFCs," M. Narodoslawsky (Inst. Chem. Eng., Graz Univ. Technol., Inffeldgasse 25, A-8010 Graz, Austria), F. Moser, 264-268.

"Introduction to the Development Program of an Azeotropic Refrigerant Mixture of CFC-12 and Dimethylether," L.J.M. Bohnenn (Aerofako, POB 18, 73000 Ah Apeldoorn, Neth.), P.E.J. Vermeulen, F.M. Warnaar, 269-275.

"Possible Substitutes for Fully Halogenated Chlorofluorocarbons Using Fluids Already Marketed," H. Kruse (Univ. Hanover, Kaltech, Welfengarten 1A, Postfach 3552, D-3000 Hanover 1, FRG), U. Hesse, 276-283.

"Possibilities for the Replacement of CFC-12 in Domestic Equipment," L.J.M. Kuijpers (Philips Res. Labs., POB 80000, 5600 Ja Eindhoven, Neth.), J.A. Dewit, M.J.P. Janssen, 284-291.

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