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Gas-Phase Ozone Oxidation of Monoterpenes: Gaseous and ...

Atmospheric oxidation of monoterpenes contributes to formation of tropospheric ozone and secondary organic aerosol, but their products are poorly characterized. In this work, we report a series of outdoor smog chamber experiments to investigate both gaseous and particulate products in the ozone oxidation of four monoterpenes: α-pinene, β-pinene, Δ 3 -carene, and sabinene.

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Ozone-assisted photocatalytic degradation of gaseous ...

· The gaseous intermediates resulting from degradation of toluene by different processes were analyzed using GC-MS. The results of this study indicated that with the addition of ozone to the UV/Si-GO/ZnO-FG process, toluene removal increased significantly from to %. The reason for this incremental efficiency can be explained by the fact ...

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Photocatalytic decomposition of gaseous 1,2 ...

· Direct oxidation of 1,2-DCBz by ozone. Ozone is a strong oxidant, widely used in the treatment of potable water and wastewater because of its oxidation and disinfection capabilities , , . In this case, ozonation of gaseous 1,2-DCBz in air removes on average less than 3% of 1,2-DCBz . Hence, only little 1,2-DCBz is oxidized directly by ozone alone according to:

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Nasa Ozone Watch: Ozone facts

· The natural level of ozone in the stratosphere is a result of a balance between sunlight that creates ozone and chemical reactions that destroy it. Ozone is created when the kind of oxygen we breathe—O 2 —is split apart by sunlight into single oxygen atoms.

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ozone transfer mechanisms - Lenntech

X = molar fraction ozone (gaseous) [-] H = Henry [atm/l/mol] An ozone generator produces ozone in a mixed form, so the term partial pressure is used. The partial pressure of a gas in a mixture (here: ozone) is its contribute to the total pressure of the mixture. Figure 1 describes the solubility of ozone at different pressures. In practice this ...

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Efficacy of gaseous ozone against Salmonella and microbial ...

· Also, gaseous ozone used in food processing is recognized as allowable by organic certification and regulatory bodies (Selma et al., 2008). There are no published data on the efficiency of the gaseous ozone in the elimination of Salmonella from dried oregano. Therefore, the objective of this study was to investigate the inactivation Salmonella on dried oregano by gaseous ozone treatment. …

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Unsuitability of Gaseous Ozone Generation For Use in ...

Ozone is a pollutant yet has an important role in filtering UV in the upper atmosphere. It has been successfully used in water disinfection for many years but the activity/stability of ozone in gaseous form is markedly different to that in liquids. Here we only concern ourselves with the former. Ozone generation is typically carried out using a ...

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Wastewater Technology Fact Sheet: Ozone Disinfection

Ozone in gaseous form is explosive once it reaches a concentration of 240 g/m 3. Since most ozonation systems never exceed a gaseous ozone concentration of 50 to 200 g/m 3, this is generally not a problem. However, ozone in gaseous form will remain hazardous for a significant amount of time thus, extreme caution is needed when operating the ozone gas systems. It is important that the ozone ...

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Heterogeneous Reaction of Gaseous Ozone with Aqueous ...

The fast reaction of gaseous ozone, O3(g), with aqueous iodide, I−(aq), was found to be affected by environmentally relevant cosolutes in experiments using cavity ring-down spectroscopy (CRDS) and electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (ESIMS) for the detection of gaseous and interfacial products, respectively. Iodine, I2(g), and iodine monoxide radical, IO(g), product yields were ...

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The influence of gaseous ozone and ozonated water on ...

· In this study, the effectiveness of gaseous ozone and ozonated water on microbial flora and aflatoxin B 1 content of dried figs were investigated. After dried figs were exposed mg L −1 ozone gas and mg L −1 ozonated water for , 15 and 30 min, variation of aerobic mesophilic bacteria (AMB), E. coli, coliform, yeast and mold counts were determined.

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Ozone and related gaseous pollutants in the boundary layer ...

· We present a summary of the latest measurements of ozone (O 3) and primary air pollutants at a rural/agricultural site in the fast developing Yangtze Delta region of China. The results of this study show elevated levels of primary pollutants (CO, SO 2 and NO x * ), which are about 1–5 times of those typically found in rural areas of North America and Europe.

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Ozone - Wikipedia

Ozone (/ ˈ oʊ z oʊ n /), or trioxygen, is an inorganic molecule with the chemical formula O is a pale blue gas with a distinctively pungent smell. It is an allotrope of oxygen that is much less stable than the diatomic allotrope O 2, breaking down in the lower atmosphere to O 2 ().Ozone is formed from dioxygen by the action of ultraviolet (UV) light and electrical discharges within the ...

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ozone decomposition - Lenntech

Ozone decays in water under drinking water conditions (pH: 6-8,5), partly in reactive OH-radicals. Therefor, the assessment of an ozone process always involves the reactions of two species: ozone and OH-radicals. When these OH-radicals are in the dominant particles in the solution, it is called an advanced oxidation process (AOP). The decay of ozone in OH-radicals in natural waters is characterized by a fast initial decrease of ozone, followed by a second phase in which ozone …

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ULTRA-FINE PARTICLES AND GASEOUS VOLATILE ORGANIC …

Ozone concentration (50 and 100 ppb) and temperature (30 and 40 °C) significantly affect the formation of particles and gaseous products during the ozone-initiated reactions. The results obtained in this study provided an insight on the potential exposure of particles and irritating secondary products formed during the ozone-initiated reaction to passengers in confined spaces.

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Stimulative Effects of Ozone on a Biofilter Treating ...

Recalcitrant volatile organic compounds with low biodegradabilities pose challenges for biofiltration technologies. In this study, the effects and mechanism of adding ozone on the performance of a biofilter were investigated. A biofilter treating chlorobenzene was set up and operated continuously for 265 days under different inlet ozone concentrations. Results showed that ozone below 120 mg m ...

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NEA | Technical Guidance On The Use Of Gaseous Ozone ...

· Technical Guidance On The Use Of Gaseous Ozone Against COVID-19 Virus. 1. Introduction. Ozone is a strong oxidiser which can kill microorganisms and viruses effectively. It has been used for treatment of water and wastewater since the early 1900s, 1 though the use of ozone for disinfection of surfaces and air is less established.

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Heterogeneous Reaction of Gaseous Ozone with Aqueous ...

The fast reaction of gaseous ozone, O3(g), with aqueous iodide, I−(aq), was found to be affected by environmentally relevant cosolutes in experiments using cavity ring-down spectroscopy (CRDS) and electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (ESIMS) for the detection of gaseous and interfacial products, respectively. Iodine, I2(g), and iodine monoxide radical, IO(g), product yields were suppressed in the …

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Gaseous ozone to preserve quality and enhance microbial ...

· Gaseous ozone has multiple benefits including destruction of ethylene, inactivation of foodborne and spoilage microorganisms, and degradation of chemical residues. This article reviews the beneficial effects of gaseous ozone, its influence on quality and biochemical changes, foodborne human pathogens, and spoilage microorganisms, and discusses research needs with an emphasis on fruits. Ozone ...

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Formation of Gas-Phase Bromine from Interaction of Ozone ...

The formation kinetics of gas-phase bromine (Br2) from interaction of gas-phase ozone (O3) with frozen and liquid solutions of NaCl ( M) and NaBr (largely from to mM) have been studied from −40 to 0 °C in a coated-wall flow tube coupled to a chemical ionization mass spectrometer. The reactive uptake coefficient for O3 is deduced from the product formation rate and then studied ...

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ES8307184A1 - A method of eliminating ozone from a gaseous ...

a method of eliminating ozone from a gaseous current. the gaseous current containing the ozone is passed through a decomposition device comprising a series of monolithic afreolar supports containing an alumina paste containing a metal oxide from group viii. the surface area of such pasta is at least 20 m / g having in addition to 1,100 to 7,700 g / cm of volume of dispersed paladium monolith.

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Use of Ozone in the Textile Industry | IntechOpen

· Radiochemical ozone generation: High-energy irradiation of gaseous or liquid oxygen by radioactive rays can help the formation of ozone. Energy efficiency of the method is greater than that of ozone produced by electric discharge. However, it has not yet been commercialized due to complex structure, problems associated with recovery of ozone, and separation of by-products and …

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