ozonolysis

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ozonolysis

[‚ō·zə′näl·ə·səs]
(analytical chemistry)
The use of ozone to locate double bonds.
(organic chemistry)
Oxidation of an organic substance by means of ozone.
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43] perfomed the ozonolysis reaction in sunflower oil under different conditions and the product is in the process of patent.
PI 0309256-1 A), published in 2005, the ozonolysis reaction was continued until obtaining peroxide value between 600-800 units and acid number less than 15 mg/g for the sunflower oil; peroxide value between 1000-1200 units and acid value below 30 mg/g for cacao oil, used in the preparation of therapeutic and cosmetic creams formulations [62].