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Comparing ozone and chlorine monoxide levels

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A plot of chlorine monoxide and ozone concentrations from data collected by an aircraft passing through the Antarctic ozone hole. Outside the hole (left side of graph), ozone levels are high and chlorine monoxide levels are low, while the reverse is true inside the hole (right side of graph) — just as the Molina-Rowland hypothesis would lead us to expect.

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