Ozone

A highly reactive form of oxygen that in relatively high concentrations may injure plants.

ozone

oxygen in molecular form with three atoms of oxygen forming each molecule (O3). Atmospheric oxygen is molecular in form but each molecule contains only two atoms of oxygen. Ozone is formed by passing high voltage electric charges through dry air. The third atom of oxygen in each molecule of ozone is loosely bound and is easily released, thus making...
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Ozone

Ozone is slang for phencyclidine.
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Ozone

Ozone is slang for phencyclidine.
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Ozone

[group] Ozone was an Funk and R&B group during the late 70s and early 80s, signed to Motown Records. ==History== When the Nashville funk band The Endeavors broke up in 1977, three members, Benny Wallace, Jimmy Stewart and Charles Glenn formed a new group, calling it Ozone. The trio later recruited trumpeter Thomas Bumpass, saxophonist and v...
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ozone

A molecule made up of three atoms of oxygen. In the statosphere, it occurs naturally and it provides a protective layer shielding the Earth from ultraviolet radiation and subsequent harmful health effects on humans and the environment. In the troposphere, it is a chemical oxidant and major component of photochemical smog.
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Ozone

A molecule made up of three atoms of oxygen. In the stratosphere, it occurs naturally and provides a protective layer shielding the Earth from ultraviolet radiation and subsequent harmful health effects on humans and the environment. In the troposphere, it is a chemical oxidant and major component of photochemical smog. Ozone is an effective greenh...
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Ozone

A form of oxygen which has three atoms instead of the usual two. In the troposphere, ozone is a pollutant. In the stratosphere, ozone filters out harmful ultraviolet radiation.
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ozone

[n] - a colorless gas (O3) soluble in alkalis and cold water
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Ozone

A form of oxygen gas which occurs naturally in very small quantities in air. Most of the ozone is in the stratosphere where it forms the ozone layer.
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Ozone

is a form of oxygen that is produced when atmospheric oxygen is electrically charged. Oxygen is usually found as two atoms together as O2, whereas ozone is when there are three - as O3. It is found at ground level, created from exhaust gases, where it is dangerous and at levels high in the sky where it is protective.
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Ozone

Allotropic form of oxygen containing three atoms in the molecule. The stratosphere ozone layer, which is a concentration of ozone molecules located at 10 to 50 kilometres above sea level, is in a state of dynamic equilibrium. Oxygen molecules absorb ultraviolet (UV) light to form ozone which, in turn, decomposes back to oxygen. These processes abso...
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Ozone

oxygen in molecular form with three atoms of oxygen forming each molecule (O3). Atmospheric oxygen is molecular in form but each molecule contains only two atoms of oxygen. Ozone is formed by passing high voltage electric charges through dry air. The thir
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Ozone

The allotrope of oxygen that contains 3 atoms in one molecule, the formula for ozone being O3.
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Ozone

Allotropic form of oxygen having three atoms in each molecule, formula O3. Ozone formed in atmosphere from nitrogen oxides and organic gases emitted by automobiles and industrial sources.
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Ozone

Swimming pool chemistry: The molecule containing three atoms of oxygen; known to be a very powerful sanitizer. Ozone producing equipment creates this molecule by UV radiation or corona discharge generators.
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ozone

A powerfully oxidizing allotropic form of the element oxygen. The ozone molecule contains three atoms (O3). Ozone gas is decidedly blue, and both liquid and solid ozone are an opaque blue-black color, similar to that of ink.
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Ozone

A naturally occuring trace gas, chemical formula O3. In the stratosphere, it serves to absorb many harmful solar UV rays. More Information.
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ozone

An isotope of oxygen that blocks ultra-violet radiation. Normally found in the stratosphere
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Ozone

An unstable and chemically-reactive gas containing three oxygen atoms, formed at high altitudes by the action of sunlight on molecular oxygen. Present at low concentration in the stratosphere, ozone absorbs ultraviolet radiation from the sun and reduces the amount of this damaging radiation that reaches the Earth's surface. Ozone is also formed at ...
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Ozone

a poisonous form of oxygen that is present in the earth's upper atmosphere, where it helps to screen the earth from damaging ultraviolet rays
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Ozone

Ozone: A form of oxygen that consists of three atoms of oxygen, in contrast to normal atmospheric oxygen which consists of two atoms of oxygen. Ozone is an important greenhouse gas found in both the stratosphere and the troposphere. Ozone has effects beyond acting as a greenhouse gas. In the stratosphere, ozone provides a protective layer shielding...
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Ozone

A kind of oxygen that has three atoms per molecule instead of the usual two. Ozone is a poisonous gas, but the ozone layer in the upper atmosphere shields life on earth from deadly ultraviolet radiation from space. The molecule contains three oxygen atoms (O3).
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Ozone

O'zone noun [ Greek 'o`zwn smelling, present participle of 'o`zein to smell. See Odor .] (Chemistry) A colorless gaseous substance (O...) obtained (as by the silent discharge of electricity in oxygen) as an allotropic form of oxygen, containing three atoms in the mole...
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ozone

<chemistry> A colourless gaseous substance (O) obtained (as by the silent discharge of electricity in oxygen) as an allotropic form of oxygen, containing three atoms in the molecule. It is a streng oxidizer, and probably exists in the air, though by he ordinary tests it is liable to be confused with certain other substances, as hydrogen dioxi...
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