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In this chain, termination involves the loss of H02 and CH30 2 radicals through peroxide formation, and the termination is balanced by new initiation steps involving ozone photolysis. The chemical equations corresponding to the new steps on the right hand semicircle of figure 8 are H02 + NO ~ OH + N02 (24) CHP2 + NO ~ CH30 + N02 (38) CHP + O2 ~ HCHO+ H02 (39) HCHO+ hv ~ H HCO (40) H + O2 ~ H02 HCO + O2 ~ CO + (34) + H02 (41) The outstanding feature of these equations is the direct or indirect formation of H02 in reactions (39), (40) and (41), and the regeneration of OH from H0 2 in reaction (24).

Lt of stratospheric 32 ozone through chemical interactions and temperature feedback effects. Nevertheless, most calculations show that, even with the controls of the Montreal Protocol, ozone depletions of several percentage points might be expected by the middle of the next century, and without the Protocol depletions would exceed 10%. The models also indicate that there might also be substantial seasonal and latitudinal fluctuations. Many calculations suggest that there might already be some ozone depletion.

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