Ozone, also known as O3 or trioxygen, is a highly reactive gas consisting of three oxygen molecules. Ozone is produced by bombarding diatomic oxygen (O2) with energy in the form of electricity or ultraviolet light. This results in a percentage of the oxygen molecules splitting in two, creating free oxygen atoms that subsequently bind with the diatomic oxygen to form ozone.
Ozone has long been used as an effective and stable antibacterial agent for water treatment facilities and other operations.
Ozone can also assist in the process of removing dangerous metals from a water source by increasing the rate of oxidation.
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