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Phototransformation in soil

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Self-decomposition and decomposition of ozone when in contact with organic and inorganic material in the soil, e.g. as indicated in Choi et al. (2002), see IUCLID section 5.6. Therefore, although it is known that UV will help convert ozone molecules, photochemical degradation processes in soil are not considered an important fate process for ozone.

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