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Detect ground-level ozone using Schoenbein paper

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Title: Detect ground-level ozone using Schoenbein paper
Subject: Environmental Sciences
Grade level: Middle School - Grades 7-9
Academic Level: Ordinary
Project Type: Experimental
Cost: Low
Affiliation: Batesburg-Leesville High School (BLHS)
Year: 2003
Description: Schonbein paper is paper that records the amount of ground-level ozone by changing colors after being left for eight hours after being dipped into distilled water. In this experiment students made their own Schonbein paper and used it to monitor ground-level ozone near their homes.
Link: www.erp.unc.edu...
For more information (background, pictures, experiments and references):
Ground Level Ozone Background
Making and Using Schoenbein Paper

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