New directions : How dangerous is ozone?

@inproceedings{Cvita2005NewD,
  title={New directions : How dangerous is ozone?},
  author={Tomislav Cvita{\vs} and L. Klasinc and Nenad Kezele and Sean P. McGlynn and William A. Pryor},
  year={2005}
}
  • Tomislav Cvitaš, L. Klasinc, +2 authors William A. Pryor
  • Published 2005
  • Chemistry
  • Approximately one hundred years after the discovery of ozone, it was found that many human activities (e.g. combustion which leads to the formation of nitrogen oxides and volatile organic compounds) increase the concentration of ozone at the surface of our earth. Several groups have considered the high mortality rates of the 2003 heat wave in the UK and the Netherlands and have linked it to the concentrations of particulate matter and ozone that prevailed at that time (Fischer et al., 2004… CONTINUE READING

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