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Activity Discussion Science & Technology How is ozone formed? Reply To: How is ozone formed?

  • Shivani

    June 10, 2021 at 10:31 am
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    Ozone is a molecule consisting of three oxygen atoms, which is often known as O3. Ozone formation occurs when the heat and the sunlight that cause a chemical reaction between oxides of nitrogen (IN) and volatile organic compounds (Vocs), which is also known as the oil and gas. This reaction is able to occur close to the earth, and the high level of the atmosphere.

    The ozone layer in the stratosphere is good, the environment . It occurs in approximately 10 to 30 miles above the Earth’s surface and forms a protective layer called the ozone layer, which protects us from a lot of the large amount of harmful ultraviolet (uv) radiation from the sun.

    Description: the Sources of ozone ground-level ozone is bad ozone . Ozone is harmful to human health and the environment, it occurs when close to the ground. One of the main factors that cause the formation of ozone is:

    IT is also the Volatile organic compounds from waste material from other sources (industrial processes ), as well as the

    ULTRAVIOLET (uv) radiation (sunlight).

    We can see that a higher level of ground-level ozone, is the often present when the summer due to the increased amount of ultraviolet (uv) radiation in the course of a long day, but it can still form in the spring, fall and even winter, when it is properly placed on the board.

    Even though the sources of the race of the discharge, the formation of ground-level ozone tend to be in urban areas with high winds, and not to put up with that in the rural areas, causing a vast amount of ground-level ozone, which.

    People with respiratory disease, such as asthma, or those who are working actively on the outside at any time of the day, the amount of ozone is high, the familiar hiss of breath and a cough occurs. We’re doing all we can to protect ourselves, and to reduce the detrimental effects of these pollutants on human health and the environment.

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