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  • First lockdown brought better air

    Several studies have already shown: Concentrations of typical air pollutants such as nitrogen oxides and particulate matter have decreased worldwide during corona-related lockdowns. Scientists at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon have now calculated in a comprehensive study for whole Central Europe how s more

  • Climate Change makes Arctic Ozone Loss Worse

    In spring 2020, the MOSAiC expedition documented an unparalleled loss of ozone in the Arctic stratosphere. As an evaluation of meteorological data and model-based simulations by the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) now indicates, ozone depletion in the A more

  • How humans affect indoor air

    Humans emit significant amounts of chemical compounds in indoor environments. Several studies published by scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry now show the extent to which we influence the air in enclosed spaces. Human bodies can have a strong impact on the chemical composition of more

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The science of thunderstorms – thunder, lightning, and chemical reactions

Having already looked at the chemistry behind the smell of rain, here’s a look at some of the science behind thunderstorms. How does lightning happen, what gives it its blue-violet tinge, and what does it have to do with plant growth? more

The Chemical Compounds Behind The Smell Of Rain

Everyone’s familiar with the smell after a heavy rain shower in the summer – or, for that matter, the ominous scent of an oncoming thunderstorm. In the third part of the Aroma Chemistry series, this graphic examines the chemical compounds that are the major contributors to these smells, and how they more

A Brief Guide to Atmospheric Pollutants

Back in school, you’ll have learned that the air in our atmosphere is composed primarily of nitrogen, at 78%, and oxygen, at 21%, with a number of other trace gases. It’s to these trace gases we’re looking today – more specifically, at how human activity can result in the release of air pollution in more

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Authors Ozone

  • Dr. Klaus-Peter Mang

    Dr. Klaus-Peter Mang has been working for Mettler Toledo since 1993 and now heads Product and Market Management at Mettler Toledo, in the business area Process Analytics, for the Region Central Europe. Specialist areas are the Thornton Ultrapure Water Analysis (conductivity, TOC, ozone) and Ingold P more

Definition

Ozone

Ozone Ozone (O3) is a triatomic molecule , consisting of three oxygen atom s. It is an allotrope of oxygen that is much less stable than the diatomic O2. Ground-level ozone is an air pollutant with harmful effects on the respiratory ... more

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