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From: email@example.com (Bob Wilson)
Subject: Re: How to make a air ionizer ?
Date: Sat, 14 Sep 2002 04:18:26 -0000
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In article , szekeresREMOVE@pitt.edu
>In article ,
>a (Bob Wilson) wrote:
>>In article <3D807057.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
>>>Trying to make them high on Ozone ?
>>>This stuff is not regarded as that healthy
>>>anymore as it appeared several years ago.
>>It was never regarded as healthy. It has been recognized as an extreme
>>repiratory danger since the 1940s, which was when hospitals realized that
>>the ozone generators they had installed to combat germs, were a danger to
>>patients, and removed them.
>They still have UV lights which emit Ozone. Many other things and air
>cleaners also have UV light.
UV lights do not necessarily "emit ozone". UV fluorescent lamps, for example
do not generate any significant levels of ozone. Nor do UV EPROM erasers.
The purpose of UV lamps in a hospital is that the UV itself directly kills
bacteria. If a UV light has a short enough wavelength, then it can create
ozone as a side effect of the ionization of the air around it. But most such
lamps in hospitals are designed NOT to produce significant amounts of ozone.
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