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228 example sentences with  ozone

228 example sentences with ozone

An honest seafaring smell, compounded of tar, rope, and fish, known to the educated of Sunwich as ozone, set his thoughts upon the sea.

It must be cooler than the other, its ozone a little rarer.

That fleck on the lungs which brought a doctor's orders had long ago been healed by the physician of the ozone they were breathing.

Cook, the traveller, who has given this subject much attention, has come to the conclusion that it is caused by the generation in the atmosphere of a highly concentrated form of ozone, by some intensely marked electrical condition.

Every out-cropping ledge offered store of tonic, ozone-fed blueberries, or of mountain-cranberries, crimson and of concentrated flavor, or of the white snowberry, most delicate of fruits that grow.

It requires ozone and the light of the sun.

There is more ozone in them.

This state of affairs continued till January 18, when there was a notable snow storm, and a gale from the E.N.E. For four days, up to and inclusive of January 8, ozone was present in more than its usual amounts.

Similar meteorological conditions (calm and no ozone) were found to precede previous epidemics.

I only remember a comparison between the transcendental belief of Christianity in the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, and the natural triplicity of oxygen, hydrogen, and ozone, with many other analogous triplicities from absolute truth, goodness, and beauty, to the syllogism of the minor premise, the major premise, and the conclusion,a quaint mixture of Hegel and Hoene-Wronski, and utterly useless.

more ozone than is to be found on the top of Mont Blanc!

The pungent odor of ozone from the electric discharge filled the room.

One rises from its pages as if he had been breathing Christian ozone.

AS UNDERSTOOD BY THE MASS OF THE PUBLIC.] * * * * * [Illustration: THE DEMON ALPS (Our Artist's Dream, after reading the numerous Accidents to Mountain-Climbers.)] * * * * * ODE TO OZONE.

"London is a terrible consumer of ozone.

A'R"The Dutchman's Little Dog." O where and O where, is our treasured Ozone?

Condensed form of oxygen, essence of air That's fresh, or electricitee, Ozone is the stuff shaken health to repair.

Solidified Ozone they talk about now, To be bought in small bricks like pressed tea.

How pleasant to buy one's Ozone, like one's coal, And store it up an-nu-al-lee!

Ah yes, let us have it, this needful Ozone,

OZONE, is an allotropic form of oxygen, from which it can be developed by electricity, and into which it can be resolved by heat, present in small quantities in the atmosphere, and possessing strong oxidising properties.

In February 2000, Microsoft has reach the news codenamed is Ozone for Windows Mobile 2003, has been starting history of January 2002, in June 29, 2000.

Windows Mobile 2003 was another news codenamed is Ozone was history of pubilc on January 2002.

Without this ozone layer things would not have been able to live on the surface of our planet.

Complex life on the surface of the land did not exist before the ozone layer.

Estimates of how quickly the ozone layer will regenerate vary by about two decades.

Holes in the ozone layer may also be a problem, because when there are holes in the ozone it means that more sun rays hit the ground, and so there is less snow.

Holes in the ozone layer may also be a problem, because when there are holes in the ozone it means that more sun rays hit the ground, and so there is less snow.

Actions taken under an international agreement called the Montreal Protocol have led to decreases in the atmospheric abundance of controlled ozone-depleting substances.

Between March 15 and the end of April, NPR's analysis found ozone levels in the Pittsburgh area dropped about 9%, compared with 14% in Los Angeles.

“For the overall health of the ozone layer, this is concerning since Arctic ozone levels are typically high during March and April.”

“For the overall health of the ozone layer, this is concerning since Arctic ozone levels are typically high during March and April.”

Ground-level ozone is formed when pollutants emitted when fuel is burning and compounds from solvents react to the presence of sunlight, the advisory said.

Humans have yet to our use of chlorofluorocarbons and hydrochlorofluorocarbons, the groups of greenhouse gases found in old air conditioners and refrigerants that cause ozone depletion in the atmosphere.

In the mid-1980s alarmingly low levels of ozone were discovered in the stratosphere over Antarctica.

Its Reliance O3 portable ozone room disinfection and sanitisation system has a worldwide patent pending.

Mohammed Saif Al Kaabi is proud of Do It Yourself solutions for community like the ultraviolet-based and ozone-based disinfection boxes.

Not long after the establishment of Silverbird cinemas, Genesis Deluxe Cinemas and Ozone Cinemas were also launched creating a competition in the cinema business.

“Our ozone shield vanished for a short time in this ancient period, coinciding with a brief and quick warming of the Earth,” he said in a release.

Ozone and nitrogen dioxide are also “harder to control with filters,” according to the report, which said exposure to the two gases caused hundreds of thousands of premature deaths in China every year.

Ozone-depleting substances, or ODS, were developed in the 1920s and ’30s and became popularly used as refrigerants, solvents and propellants.

Ozone levels in the atmosphere above the South Pole fluctuate throughout the year.

Riverside County received an F grade for ozone levels and particle pollution in the 2016 report conducted by the American Lung Association.

"Small reductions in NOx actually increase ozone," says Cesunica Ivey, assistant professor of chemical and environmental engineering at the University of California, Riverside.

"They don't have an ozone layer.

This involves taking blood, injecting it with ozone, treating it with ultra-violet light, and then reinjecting it into the patient.

Wildfire smoke is made up of a variety of pollutants, including particulate matter and ozone, which can cause respiratory health effect.

Yet again, Nature also provided the solution, in the form of an ozone layer which is at a height of 15 to 35 km from the surface of the earth.

But we’ve stopped using CFCs, and the ozone hole is getting smaller.

Compared to the other techniques, SAGE II ozone between 20 and 30 km was high by 3-4%, there was excellent agreement between 30 and 40 km, and above 40 km SAGE ozone was slightly lower.

Compared to the other techniques, SAGE II ozone between 20 and 30 km was high by 3-4%, there was excellent agreement between 30 and 40 km, and above 40 km SAGE ozone was slightly lower.

Environment Canada undertook projects in various developing countries to train refrigeration technicians and customs officers on practices and technologies to identify, control, and reduce consumption of ozone-depleting substances.

For instance, these profiles show the Antarctic Ozone Hole.

Gases such as ground-level ozone and carbon monoxide, for example, can be analyzed using "real-time" monitors that can generate raw data at the site and send it over telephone lines to a central computer.

However, as discussed in previous sections, the buv radiances are directly sensitive to the column amount of ozone above a pressure surface.

Although not used directly for ozone retrievals, these channels are used for inferring aerosol extinction, essential for accurate ozone retrievals.

Although not used directly for ozone retrievals, these channels are used for inferring aerosol extinction, essential for accurate ozone retrievals.

Analysis of the data showed a strong association between excess daily mortality due to respiratory disease and airborne particulate, haze, ground level ozone and nitrogen dioxide.

Ikehata, K. and M. Gamal El-Din “Aqueous Pesticide Degradation by Ozonation and Ozone-Based Advanced Oxidation Processes: A Review (Part II)”, Ozone Sci. Eng., 27(3): 173-202 (2005).

Ikehata, K. and M. Gamal El-Din “Aqueous Pesticide Degradation by Ozonation and Ozone-Based Advanced Oxidation Processes: A Review (Part II)”, Ozone Sci. Eng., 27(3): 173-202 (2005).

Imagine: if it weren’t for its perfect location, magnetic field, water laden comets, the greenhouse effect, the ozone layer – all these things and more – the world you have now might never have taken shape.

In 2005, MDEQ and SEMCOG submitted an ozone attainment strategy to U.S. EPA, identifying the control measures that would be implemented to meet the 8-hour ozone standard.

In 2005, MDEQ and SEMCOG submitted an ozone attainment strategy to U.S. EPA, identifying the control measures that would be implemented to meet the 8-hour ozone standard.

Interannual variability in tropical ozone is dominated by an approximate 2-year cycle, which is closely linked with the quasi-biennial oscillation (QBO) in zonal wind and temperature in the tropical stratosphere.

In this concept, one estimates the buv radiances by radiative transfer calculation for an idealised atmosphere that contains ozone and Rayleigh scattering, but no Mie scatterers, and is bounded by an opaque Lambertian surface.

It was fortunate that we had a long data set when people started to notice that the ozone was changing.”

It was found that once the system is receiving feed on a regular basis then full strength ozone can be used in the contact vessel.

Maybe he is up there in the ozone with the people from Houston.

Medium - large sized adjustable commercial ozone generator.

MSC is the world calibration centre for all ozone-observing equipment and has three in continuous operation as the standards.

An Ontario company was convicted of importing canisters containing freon contrary to the Ozone-depleting Substances Regulations, 1998 and of failing to have proper safety marks contrary to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations.

"A number of devices currently on the market generate ozone by design or as a byproduct.

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No single existing ozone profiling instrument or technique is capable of measurements at all altitudes, with adequate global and temporal coverage.

Numerical simulations of the effects of natural processes (AO, NAO etc.) were discussed by (Berlin) reviewed the results of model experiments to investigate the impact of anthropogenic changes in global distributions of ozone and GHGs.

On the regular observation days it is operated in the so-called basic stratospheric mode with target gases ozone, chlorine monoxide, nitric acid and nitrous oxide, while the OSIRIS spectrometer measures ozone, nitrogen dioxide, bromine oxide.

On the regular observation days it is operated in the so-called basic stratospheric mode with target gases ozone, chlorine monoxide, nitric acid and nitrous oxide, while the OSIRIS spectrometer measures ozone, nitrogen dioxide, bromine oxide.

Operate ozone at half to full for 1-2 hours.

Pollutants under study include contaminants of air (such as ozone, sulphur dioxide, NOx ) and soil (such as metals).

Positive and statistically significant associations were found between hospital admissions for respiratory distress and ground level ozone and sulphates.

Provincial, national and federal initiatives have been developed that will act in concert to improve ambient levels of PM2.5 and ozone within the province.

As before, SAGE ozone slopes may be related to HALOE ozone slopes based on a comparison of slopes in coincident HALOE and MLS measurements.

As before, SAGE ozone slopes may be related to HALOE ozone slopes based on a comparison of slopes in coincident HALOE and MLS measurements.

As chlorine and bromine abundances continue to increase in the stratosphere, a further global decline in ozone is anticipated (Halpert and Ropelewski, 1993).

Such waves have sources in the lower atmosphere or troposphere, associated with the ozone layer, water vapour, the jet-stream and thunderstorms.

As originally anticipated in the 1990 NO/VOC Management Plan, a second phase of additional measures need to be implemented to consistently meet the 82 parts per billion (ppb) ozone objective.

The exceptionally low levels of stratospheric ozone (over 50% depletion) that occur over Antarctica in the early austral spring were unanticipated.

The index is calculated from concentrations of particulate matter, ozone, and nitrogen dioxide, and is used as a health-protection tool.

The problem is to predict the daily maximum one-hour-average ozone reading (V4).

The recently revised LIMS ozone measurements should used to help characterise the SAGE I measurements.

These regulations control the import, manufacture, use, sale, offer for sale and export of ozone-depleting substances in bulk (i.e.,which are not in products).

The soil fumigant methyl bromide, widely used by strawberry growers, more efficiently destroys the ozone layer than the notorious CFCs (chlorofuorocarbons).

This is because of revised estimates of atmospheric concentrations of Ozone Depleting Substances — and a larger predicted future usage in developing countries.

This is because the reason for the warmth of the stratosphere is absorption of UV radiation by ozone, hence reduced ozone leads to cooling.

This is because the reason for the warmth of the stratosphere is absorption of UV radiation by ozone, hence reduced ozone leads to cooling.

This means your sense of smell is only a good indicator of the presence of ozone upon your initial exposure when first entering a building, not after a continuous exposure.

This ultraviolet water treatment system makes a perfect companion to water softeners, distillers, reverse osmosis and ozone systems.

Because of the hole in the ozone layer, it's now possible for people living at those latitudes to get sunburned even on cloudy days.

Whether through its effect on climate change, the thinning of the ozone layer, smog episodes or acid rain, air pollution has local, regional and international consequences for human and ecosystem health.

Zhang, Tianchu, "Long-term trend of ground-level ozone through statistical and regional transport analysis" (2016).