No, the ozone hole over Antarctica was mainly causes by the release of clorofluorocarbons (CFC’s). These are compounds that contain carbon, fluorine, and chlorine. CFC’s are broken down by ultraviolet light in the stratosphere, then react with ozone to create new compounds, like O2 and ClO.
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