What is Ozone (O3)?
Ozone (O3) is a molecule composed of three oxygen atoms. It is found in the natural environment. Nitrogen (78%) is the most abundant gas found in the atmosphere, followed by oxygen (21%). The remaining 1% is a pool of several other gases such as carbon dioxide, neon, hydrogen, and so on. Ozone is also one of the gases included in this 1% share, which corresponds to approximately 0.00001% ozone in the ambient air. Because of its active nature of oxidizing things, nature continuously creates it with various electrochemical and electrostatic effects. Nature regulates the amount of mold, viruses, bacteria, and VOCs in the ambient air in this way.