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Angela C. Hong, Cora J. Young, Michael D. Hurley, Timothy J. Wallington and Scott A. Mabury Perfluorotributylamine: A novel long-lived greenhouse gas Geophysical Research Letters 40

Article first published online: 27 NOV 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/2013GL058010

Key Points

  • Perfluorotributylamine has radiative efficiency of 0.86 W m−2 and a lifetime of 500 years
  • Perfluorotributylamine is a detectable long-lived greenhouse gas
  • Perfluorinated amines are produced in high volumes and should be further studied

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