Translation of ozone in Spanish:


ozono, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈoʊˌzoʊn//ˈəʊzəʊn/


  • 1

    ozono masculine
    before noun ozone depletion reducción de la capa de ozono feminine
    • Nitrogen Oxides, primarily from automobile exhaust, ramp up ozone production to toxic levels.
    • For example, plant tissues challenged with acutely toxic levels of ozone rapidly produce a burst of ethylene.
    • Carbon monoxide is not only a hazardous air pollutant itself, it is also a chemical compound that produces ozone, a greenhouse gas that is a human health hazard.
    • A form of oxygen, ozone protects life on Earth from the harmful effects of ultraviolet radiation.
    • Automotive emissions are a major source of ozone and carbon monoxide pollution.
    • Even though it's made of only three little molecules of oxygen, ozone can be a pretty big topic.
    • Public water systems treat water with chlorine, ultraviolet light or ozone to kill E. coli.
    • Already used to control bacteria in some pools and aquariums, ozone gas causes oxidizing reactions that damage tissue.
    • The mean temperature of the earth's surface is about 33°C warmer than it would be in the absence of natural greenhouse gases such as water vapour, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and ozone.
    • Photo chemical smog is caused by the chemical interacting with the sunlight creating ozone and other toxic substances.
    • Water vapour, carbon dioxide, ozone, methane, nitrous oxide, and the chlorofluorocarbons are known as Greenhouse Gases.
    • Biofuels, such as ethanol, can reduce carbon dioxide, ozone formation and carbon monoxide by as much as 90 percent.
    • Recent experiments have begun identifying oxidizing gases, such as ozone and molecules containing the halogens bromine and chlorine, as triggers for that mercury fallout.
    • The four usual agents of deterioration in the air apart from oxygen and water are sulphur dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, ozone and nitrogen dioxide.
    • Your lungs may be exposed to pollutants such as ozone, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, and sulfuric acid.
    • The District's urban forest improves air quality by removing nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, ozone, and particulate matter.
    • The city is constantly bathed in a visible haze of harmful pollutants: Sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, ozone and smoke.
    • Adding that third oxygen atom makes ozone a very pushy and highly obnoxious little molecule.
    • Although CO2 is by far the most well known green house gas, we humans also produce others in the form of methane, CFC's, ozone and nitrous oxide.
    • The sunlight splits the chlorine into highly reactive ions that break ozone down into normal oxygen molecules.
    • Because of wind patterns, most ozone blows east to Fountain Hills.
    • The rain had taken the city's baseline odor of fear and body fluids and replaced it with fresh, sweet-smelling ozone.
  • 2informal

    (bracing air)
    aire puro masculine