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Ozone is a gas, and its density is a function of pressure, temperature, and molecular fraction in a particular volume. For pure ozone gas, at 1.013 bar and 0 °C, the density is 2.141 kg/m3. (Air is about 1.295 kg/m3 at this same temperature and pressure.)

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How do chlorofluorocarbos affect the ozone layer?

CFC's react with ozone to deplete it. This reduces the density of ozone layer.


Why ozone occurs in upper layers and oxygen in lower layers ozone has more density than oxygen but exists in upper layers?

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What are the different properties of oxygen and ozone?

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What are the ozone's chemical properties?

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Why would a decrease in the density of the ozone layer create a public concern?

Ozone absorbs and reflects most ultraviolet light and other high energy electromagnetic waves. A decrease in ozone will result in more of these rays reaching the surface of the earth. These rays are bad for the environment and people.


What is the relationship between the density of earth's layer the position of each layer?

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What is the chemical compose of ozone layer?

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How is the ozone layer measured?

It is measured by how much characteristic radiation it allows to pass. The units are Dobson units, indicative of "total column ozone". Total Column Ozone Density, based on absorption of key UV wavelengths through the entire atmosphere on a straight line path. The unit is the Dobson.


Why would a decrease in the density of the ozone layer cause public health problem?

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Ozone is found where it is formed. Energetic light from the Sun breaks down oxygen and nitrogen, and some of the oxygen ends up forming ozone. It decays too rapidly to diffuse in significant amounts, either ground-to-stratosphere or stratosphere-to-ground.


Why anthroprogenic ozone does not provide us sheilding effect?

It does, but there just isn't enough of it (density, or height) to provide any significant increase in protection.


Why is ozone in stratosphere oxygen in troposphere when the mass of ozone is higher than oxygen?

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Why is the ozone layer thickening?

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