Because of the high chlorine content and the ease with which the chlorine atoms can be displaced when the molecule is subject to ultraviolet light, R-11 has the highest ozone depletion potential of any refrigerant, by definition assigned the value 1.0. U.S. production was ended in 1995.
Trichlorofluoromethane is used as a reference compound for fluorine-19 NMR studies.
|Density (ρ) at 0 °C||1.5432 g.cm-3|
|Density (ρ) at 18.82 °C||1.4905 g.cm-3|
|Critical temperature (Tc)||198 °C (471 K)|
|Critical pressure (pc)||4.410 MPa (44.1 bar)|
|Critical density (ρc)||4.151 mol.l-1|
|Refractive index (n) at 20 °C, D||1.3821|
|Acentric factor (ω)||0.18875|
|Dipole moment||0.450 D|
|Ozone depletion potential (ODP)||1 (by definition)|
|Global warming potential (GWP)||4600 (CO2 = 1)|