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Question Paul

I ahd a guy ask me a question. I think I know the answer but I was wodering if you knew for sure.

I have a good Longivity ozone generator, and a Bottle of O2. I am making medical grade ozone using a flow rate of 1/32 .

My question: With ozone being so reactive -- when it is released into the surrounding air -- i.e. O2 and Nitrogen etc. -- why doesn't it react with the nitrogen and produce Nitric oxides?

If it does immediately, then it seems that that would not be good on your lungs. I am using it in a steam sauna, and a little can't help but get out out of the sauna, for me to breathe.

I think it's because when you use the air we breath to make ozone, the nitrogen in the air passes through the electrical field and produces the oxides then. If you use an o2 tank it doesn't have the nitrogen in it and doesn't produce the oxides as it passes through the field. So after that point it just breaks down the things in the air and basically purifies the air. ?

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