GASEOUS fluorine compounds are supposed not to occur naturally in the atmosphere. Volatile fluorine compounds would not be expected to result from chemical equilibria between fluorine compounds on the surface of the Earth, and it is improbable that biological systems contribute significant quantities of organic fluorine compounds.
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