Translation for 'ozone' from English to Russian
NOUN   ozone | -
озоновая дыра {ж}
ozone hole
озоновый слой {м}ozone layer
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Translation for 'ozone' from English to Russian

ozone hole
озоновая дыра {ж}метео.экол.
ozone layer
озоновый слой {м}
Usage Examples English
  • A static discharge in the presence of air or oxygen can create ozone.
  • Although oxygen is normally a diatomic gas, oxygen can form an allotrope known as ozone.
  • AIRS provides a global daily 3-D view of Earth's ozone layer, showing how ozone is transported.
  • Significant amounts of ozone can be produced. Even small amounts of ozone can cause ozone cracking in many polymers over time, in addition to the damage by the radiation itself.
  • The Dobson unit is named after Gordon Dobson, a researcher at the University of Oxford who in the 1920s built the first instrument to measure total ozone from the ground, making use of a double prism monochromator to measure the differential absorption of different bands of solar ultraviolet radiation by the ozone layer.

  • In 1989, Mims designed and built the first Total Ozone Portable Spectrometer (TOPS) to monitor ozone, and instruments to measure haze and water vapor.
  • Ozone micro/nano-bubble technology overcomes the limitation of ozone oxidation and mass transfer of ozone and its utilization.
  • Most of the ozone production occurs in the tropical upper stratosphere and mesosphere.
  • Ozone research has remained at the forefront of atmospheric science for many years because stratospheric ozone shields the Earth's surface (and its inhabitants) from harmful ultraviolet radiation.
  • Cyclic ozone is a theoretically predicted form of ozone.

  • Ozone destruction occurs principally in polar regions, but the formation of ozone occurs principally in the tropics.
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