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Confusión del ozono
By Patti Hutchison
Translation by Traductor TT
  

1     Por lo general escuchamos hablar acerca del ozono "bueno" y el ozono "malo". ¿Qué es el ozono y qué lo hace bueno o malo? La gente por lo general se confunde. El ozono es un gas. El ozono bueno está formado por tres átomos de oxígeno unidos entre sí. Del mismo modo, el ozono malo está formado por tres átomos de oxígeno unidos entre sí.
 
2     El ozono puede ser bueno o malo según dónde se encuentre. El ozono bueno se encuentra por encima de la Tierra en la estratósfera. El ozono malo se encuentra cerca del suelo en la tropósfera.

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