trioxygen


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trioxygen

(traɪˈɒksɪdʒən)
n
(Elements & Compounds) another name for ozone1
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Ozone (also known as triatomic oxygen and trioxygen) is a naturally occurring compound consisting of three oxygen atoms.
About 10-15 km above the earth's crust this pungent smelling pale blue gas (trioxygen molecule) although very dangerous for lives to breath in continuously breaks and form (from diatomic oxygen) with in fraction of seconds.
The medical use of ozone (also known as triatomic oxygen and trioxygen) was initiated in the 19th century.