init. 1 (context organic chemistry English) chlorofluorocarbon 2 (context US English) Combined Federal Campaign 3 (context soccer English) Chelsea Football Club 4 (context business English) Controlled Foreign corporation
CFC, cfc, or Cfc may stand for
Usage examples of "cfc".
With an instinct for the regrettable that was almost uncanny, he invented chlorofluorocarbons, or CFCs.
Our technology has produced thalidomide, CFCs, Agent Orange, nerve gas, pollution of air and water, species extinctions, and industries so powerful they can ruin the climate of the planet.
Glacier retreats in Antarctica, and higher albedos in Africa, and CFCs in the ozone, and that permanent hitch in the ENSO cycle, and the solar variation .
Chemically inert, nontoxic (in ordinary concentrations), odorless, tasteless, non-allergenic, nonflammable, CFCs represent a brilliant technical solution to a well-defined practical problem.