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The Smell of Ozone
By Michael Woolf

Aaaaah! Breathe that ozone!

I seem to recall (altho' it was before even my time) that before the
days of air conditioners, public buildings like hotels and department
stores used ozone generators to create a pleasant atmosphere.  A quick
web search reveals that there is at least one company in the US
marketing these today.  And I suddenly remembered seeing little ones
around a few years ago -- called "ionizers," and advertised to remove
bad odours and make you healthy.

There are probably folks around collecting and restoring antique
examples.  As for the smell of ozone: think yourself by the ocean --
the air is "bracing."  Then consider the atmosphere at Niagara Falls.
I believe it has one of the highest concentrations of ions of anywhere
in the world, and can rightly be called "highly charged."

Michael Woolf
New Zealand


(Message sent Mon 29 Jul 2002, 11:28:53 GMT, from time zone GMT+1200.)

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