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Characterization of Chemical Processes Involved in Ozone Depletion

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The earth’s carrying capacity to support human life has been overstretched by increasing need to meet food requirements, consumption of resources; amount of waste generation and choice of technologies. These activities release into the atmosphere, chemical constituents of varied concentrations. When these chemicals enter into the atmosphere, they are subjected to various transformations that yield products or intermediates that tend to alter atmospheric chemical balance. In recent years, the global problem of ozone depletion has underscored the danger of overstepping earth’s ability to absorb waste products. This study therefore, focuses on the various chemical reactions involved in ozone depletion and the effects of ozone layer depletion on plant, animals, materials and climate.


International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 21)
E. E. Asira, "Characterization of Chemical Processes Involved in Ozone Depletion", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 21, pp. 53-57, 2014
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November 2013

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