Ozone, also known as trioxygen, is an allotrope of oxygen that consists of 3 oxygen atoms.
It is much less stable than dioxygen, as it constantly tries to find another electron from a different molecule or atom to bind with. This gives Ozone its unique property that can be utilised for different applications in various industries. This unique allotrope is formed from dioxygen and its exposure to UV and electrical discharges in the Earth’s atmosphere. The Ozone layer is where the highest concentration of this pale blue gas is present. It protects us from harmful UV from our sun. It is also the reason the sky is blue.
How Can We Utilise Ozone?
Now that we know what Ozone is and where it comes from, we can apply it to cosmetic and healthy treatment procedures. Since trioxygen has an additional oxygen atom, it has a negative electron charge. Molecules are bindings of atoms that form based on the charges and quantity of the involved atoms. A water molecule has a neutral charge, as the 2 hydrogen atoms each cancel out the oxygen atom’s charge by means of reacting to the negative charges to form a balanced and stable binding. The unstable quality of Ozone comes from the additional oxygen atom that is constantly trying to attach itself to an accommodating atom or molecule. This brings us to the application of this pungent-smelling gas.
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