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The odor of ozone in the vicinity of an electrical machine is well known. It is generally encountered as a mixture of air or oxygen in a dilute form. Ozone is formed photochemically in the earth’s stratosphere but, at ground levels, it exists only at large dilution. It is commercially produced in the form of electric discharge from air or oxygen. It is a potent germicide and powerful oxidant in both inorganic and organic reactions. With unsaturated organic compounds ozone adds the carbon–carbon double bond, forming ozonides.
Decomposition of the ozonide gives a mixture of oxygenated products containing carbonyl compounds. This is shown in Eq. (45) in Fig. 15. Ozonides are not isolated as such, because of their unstable and explosive nature, but are employed for the production of other chemical compounds. Useful products in good yields are obtained when the ozonides are reduced to produce carbonyl compounds or oxidized to produce carboxylic acids. Ozone also adds to the carbon–carbon triple bond of acetylenic compounds, as shown in Eq.
Ethers are oxidized by ozone at the carbon next to the ether oxygen. Therefore, esters are found among the oxidation products. Lactones are produced by the reaction of ozone and cyclic ethers. Ozonation of cyclic formals produce carbonates. Organic sulfides are oxidized by ozone through sulfoxides, RSOR′, to sulfones, RSO2R′. The intermediate sulfoxide may be isolated. Primary and secondary amines are Pressurized Ozonation 41 Fig. 17. Ozone reactions with organics Eqs. (50) and (51) (31). only degraded by ozone but tertiary amines form tertiary amine oxides.
Advanced Physicochemical Treatment Technologies: Volume 5 (Handbook of Environmental Engineering) by Lawrence K. Wang, Yung-Tse Hung, Nazih K. Shammas