Stratospheric ozone is destroyed by reactions involving reactive halogen gases which are produced in the chem ical conversion of halogen source gases see Figure Q - PDF document

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Stratospheric ozone is destroyed by reactions involving reactive halogen gases which are produced in the chem ical conversion of halogen source gases see Figure Q

The most reactive of these gases are chlorine monoxide ClO bromine monoxide BrO and chlorine and bromine atoms Cl and Br These gases participate in three prin cipal reaction cycles that destroy ozone Cycle 1 Ozone destruction Cycle 1 is illustrated

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Stratospheric ozone is destroyed by reactions involving reactive halogen gases which are produced in the chem ical conversion of halogen source gases see Figure Q






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