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Ozone: Its Manufacture, Properties, and Uses

Nature volume 101, page 202 (16 May 1918) | Download Citation



IN comparatively recent years the production of ozone, or rather of air containing a small percentage of ozone, on an industrial scale has reached a considerable degree of development, chiefly on account of its application to the sterilisation of drinking water. In a less degree ozonised air has been applied to the deodorisation of the air of public buildings, underground railways, etc. These technical developments are associated mainly with the names of the Siemens and Halske, Abraham-Marmier, Otto, and General Electric Companies.

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