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Aerosols are substances stored under pressure and then released as a suspension of particles in air.
Propellants propel out the pressurized contents of a container.
Solvents are used to dissolve liquids or solids, particularly for cleaning.
Environmental, Health, and Flammability Info on Substitutes for HCFC-22 and 142b
Questions & Answers about Aerosols
The U.S. Solvent Cleaning Industry and the Transition to Non Ozone Depleting Alternatives
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