Ozonide


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ozonide

[′äz·ə‚nīd]
(organic chemistry)
Any of the oily, thick, unstable compounds formed by reaction of ozone with unsaturated compounds; an example is oleic ozonide from the reaction of oleic acid and ozone.

Ozonide

 

a type of peroxide. Inorganic ozonides, for example, KO3, contain the molecular ion O-3, the ozonide ion. In organic ozonides the O3 grouping is covalently bonded to two radicals, as in

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Probably, when stable ozonide comes into contact with the warn exudate of the wound, it slowly decomposes in different peroxides, that can explain the prolonged antimicrobial and stimulatory activity of tissue repair [24].
Ozone reacts with the carbon-carbon double bonds of unsaturated fatty acids from vegetable oils giving rise to the formation of chemical species, such as ozonides and peroxides that are responsible for the germicidal action, as well as the properties of stimulating tissue repair and regeneration [11, 12].
This paper presents a bibliographic review on ozonized oils, synthesis of ozonides, physico-chemical characterization, therapeutic properties and antimicrobial activity.
Microwave Spectrum, Molecular Structure and Dipole Moment of the Primary Ozonide (1,2,3-Trioxolane).
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without any tension and extension of the vulcanizate, the ozone attacks only the double bonds on the surface of the elastomer where ozonides are formed, the absorption being restricted to the surface layers.
Reactions of alkenes with ozone in the gas phase: a matrix-isolation study of secondary ozonides and carbonyl-containing reaction products.