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in the ozone

slang Intoxicated by alcohol or drugs. Sorry I didn't call you last night—I had some wine, got in the ozone, and fell asleep. Smells like pot in here—I guess some people are in the ozone.

in the ozone

mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. We were in the ozone, but we still made a lot of sense.
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Ozone gas is a transparent gas of at least 1% of the atmosphere, a toxic gas.
In 1987 representatives from 24 countries met in Montreal and announced to the world that it was time to stop destroying the ozone layer.
Stratospheric ozone influences weather, and this influence is detectable due to the ozone hole.
CFCs are long-lived chemical compounds that eventually rise into the stratosphere, where they are broken apart by the Sun's ultraviolet radiation, releasing chlorine atoms that go on to destroy ozone molecules.
For more information about the EuOTA Ozone Dossier, visit us on the web at www.pacificozone.com or call our customer support team at 707-747-9600.
The smaller ozone hole in 2017 was strongly influenced by an unstable and warmer Antarctic vortex - the stratospheric low pressure system that rotates clockwise in the atmosphere above Antarctica.
This year also marked a change in the concentration of ozone over the Antarctic.
"Even though it was relatively large, the size of this year's ozone hole was within the range we'd expect given the levels of manmade, ozone-depleting chemicals that continue to persist," said Paul Newman, chief atmospheric scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
Ozone, in gaseous or aqueous phase, has been shown to be a powerful and reliable antimicrobial agent against bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and viruses.
This thin layer of ozone acts as Earth's natural sunscreen, absorbing the sun's powerful ultraviolet (UV) rays.
In the section devoted to surface ozone, the monthly and daily evolution that experiment this gas in the lower atmosphere of El Arenosillo is showed as well as the surface ozone dynamics, which is strongly conditioned by factors as orography and emissions of ozone precursors.
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Dohm and his colleagues at the University of Hawaii at Hilo placed cane toads (Buff) marinus), collected locally, into a chamber for 4 hours with air containing 0.2 to 0.8 part per million (ppm) ozone. That's well above the 0.01 ppm ozone concentration typical of Hilo.
Your article, "The Science of Sanitization" by Julie Sturgeon (8/22/03), is inaccurate and misleading regarding residential ozone. Specifically, DEL Ozone believes that a reader would be confused whether ozone is beneficial or not for their particular pool application.
Researchers blame the rural trees' stunted growth on higher sustained levels of ozone originating in the city.