Climate and Atmosphere
An allotropic form of oxygen containing three atoms in the molecule. It is a bluish gas, very active chemically, and a powerful oxidizing agent. Ozone is formed when oxygen or air is subjected to a silent electric discharge. It occurs in ordinary air in very small amounts only. (Source: GEMET/UVAROV)
Narrower: atmospheric ozonetropospheric ozone
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Multilateral environment agreements tagged with ozone
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|Basel Convention||8 documents|
|Stockholm Convention||4 documents|
|Rotterdam Convention||4 documents|