Subject: why is ozone so unstable?
Date: Thu Sep 20 19:46:23 2001
Posted by mike
Grade level: 7-9
City: fort collins State/Province: CO
Area of science: Chemistry
I read in my physics book that it takes energy to break a chemical bond
such as Oxygen. What I dont understand is why Ozone breaks up into
diatomic Oxygen and monoatomic Oxygen without using some form of energy.
If Ozone needs alot of energy to break apart, where does the energy come
Re: why is ozone so unstable?
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