Discovery of a new and highly interactive chemical in the Earth’s atmosphere
Copenhagen: German experts have discovered a brand new chemical in the Earth’s atmosphere that is made up of three atoms of oxygen and has been added to the category of trioxide. Experts have described it as a reactive chemical.
Experts at the University of Copenhagen say the chemical could play a role in the terrestrial climate or even have a negative impact on human health.
One such chemical is oxygen peroxide, which contains two atoms of oxygen that are explosive and flammable in nature. They are used in rocket fuel and in dental or hair makeup. Peroxides are also found in our atmosphere.
Trixides have three atoms of oxygen attached together and are more reactive than peroxides. Professor Garm Caregard, who is researching it, says that under the oxidizing potential, it can have effects that still need to be considered.
When it comes to chemical synthesis, their real name is Hydrothroxide (ROOOH), a brand new type of chemical compound. These compounds are formed by the natural degradation of atmospheric isoprene and dimethyl sulfide.
Experts believe that if they enter the body through breathing, they can cause many diseases, including heart disease, but more research is needed. Without understanding it, we will be able to know what kind of chemicals humans are emitting. But it is clear that these unseen effects of human activity can now be felt in the atmosphere.