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What coolant is in a refrigerator?

Gaseous chemical coolants are used in the refrigerators. Before the 1930s, the earliest chemical coolings were propane, isobutane, and cyclopentane. chlorofluorocarbons were used in the 1930s. The brand name was R22.

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