The formation of ozone was first described by Sidney Chapman in 1930. Chapman proposed a mechanism for the formation and destruction of ozone that
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The formation of ozone was first described by Sidney Chapman in 1930.

Chapman proposed a mechanism for the formation and destruction of ozone that was later named after him, called the Chapman mechanism


Briefly explain the Chapman mechanism as it relates to ozone formation. What are the weaknesses in this proposal for ozone formation?
Note the variation of concentration of O, O2, and O3 with increasing altitude. Why do you think the concentration of O increases with altitude?
Would you expect the production of ozone to be higher over the equator or over the poles? Explain your choice of answer.
Experiments and measurements indicate that there are other atmospheric species which react with O3. Some of these species are "natural", in that they are produced by natural phenomena; others are due to "man-made" chemicals released in the atmosphere. List and discuss two examples of natural and two examples of man-made chemical species that react with ozone. 
Based on your research, why do you think chlorofluorcarbon (CFC) usage has been banned?
How did the formation of the ozone allow life to evolve on Earth?

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