What does the ozone do in the stratosphere?


What does the ozone do in the stratosphere?


Ozone is a form of oxygen in which three atoms of the element are covalently attached to each other. Ozone is much more reactive than the oxygen which we normally encounter in day to day life which makes it poisonous.

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The Ozone Layer: Importance and the Harmful Effects of Thinning


Chapter 7 / Lesson 7

Understand the role of the ozone layer and its importance for life on earth. Learn about how ozone is formed and the major cause of ozone layer depletion.

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