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About Ozone and Chlorofluorocarbon
posted October 5 2011 13:59.17 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Professor Martyn Poliakof from Periodic Videos explains what ozone (O3) is and how it's made, why we need it, and how aerosols and other products which use chlorofluorocarbons react with ozone…



[Link: Periodic Table]
Tags: chemistry   science   health & nature   green   theory/tutorial   how it works   
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  • At 6 October 2011, 1:37:06 user James wrote:   [reply @ James]
    • Haha fail at spelling ozone wrong when it is even written in the video.












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