Ozone (O3) Instruments:
Ozone is an inflammable, colorless gas that consists of three oxygen atoms. Based on its location in the atmosphere, it can affect life on Earth in different ways. It is often said to have positive and negative effects.
"Good" ozone naturally occurs in small amounts in the atmosphere's upper levels and forms the ozone layer that protects Earth's life from the Sun's hazardous ultraviolet radiation.
"Bad" ground-level ozone is anthropogenic and created by chemical reactions between nitrogen oxides and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) with the sunlight acting as a catalyst. Some of the air pollutants contributing to ozone creation come from car emissions, power and chemical plans, industrial boilers, refineries, etc.