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1. Chemical Evolution and the Origin of Life, R. Dickerson, Scientific Amer., Sept. 1978.
2. Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, Vol. 16, Third Edition, 1961 by John Wiley.
3. Physical Properties of O3, Advances in chemistry Series.
4. How Ozone Works and Effects of Ozone Purification, by Hess Co.
5. Applications of Ozone, by Refrigeration Service Engineers Soc., 1966.
6. Dollars and Sense Quarterly, by Dale W. Mastarone, Oct. Dec. 1990, "The Basic Components of Air Freshness".
7. Ozone and its Application to Air Conditioning, author unknown.
8. Newspaper Article on chlorine and cancer, Oct. 15, 1993.
9. Chlorine and Your Shower, references to the effects of chlorine.
10. Eating Clean, Overcoming Food Hazards, by Center for Study of Responsive Law.
11. Effects of Ozonation By-Products of Rat Liver Cells, Fundamental And Applied Toxicology 23, 470-475, (1994).
12. Reaction Products of Ozone, by William H. Glasze, Environmental Health Perspectives, Vol. 69 152-157, (1986).
13. Therapeutical Efficacy and Toxicity of O3-Induced Peroxides, by R. Viebahn and J. Hansler. (Germany)
14. Family News, Articles Relating to O3 and Hydrogen Peroxide, Miami Shores, FL.
15. EPA Safety Guideline
16. Toxicity of O3, Industrial Medicine and Surgery, by C. Thorp Vol. 19, Feb. 1950.
17. Influence of Nitrogen Oxides on the Toxicity of O3, by Thorp, Amer. Chem. Soc., Vol. 19, June 1941.
18. Health Effects Inst., Research Reports, No. 1, parts 1 and 2, Glucose 6 Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficient Red Cells to O3.
19. HEI Report #6, Effects of Nitrogen Dioxide, Ozone on Metabolic Pulmonary.
20. HEI Report #11, Ozone and Nitrogen Dioxide on Human Lung Proteinase Inhibitor.
21. HEI Report #44, The Role of Inflammation in Ozone Induced Lung Injury.
22. HEI Report #48, Effects on O3 Exposure Air Epithelium.
23. HEI Report #60, Oxidant Air Pollutants and Lung Cancer.
24. HEI Report #65, O3 on F344/N Rats, Parts I through XI, Health Effects Inst.
25. Chemical Hazards of The Workplace, Science Information Resource Center.
26. NIOSH, Pocket Guide To Chemical Hazards, page 45 Table Z-1-A.
27. OSHA, Air Contaminants - Permissible Exposure Limits, (Tit. 29 DFR Part 1910.1000)
28. Occupational Health Guideline for Ozone, Health and Human Services, Sept. 1978.
29. OSHA Regulated Hazardous Substances
30. NIOSHTIC, Silver Platter 3.11, Reports on Ozone #1,2,3,5,6,9,10 are favorable even at high concentrations.
31. NIOSHTIC Search Data on Effects Of Ozone.
32. (Ozone), USA Dept. of Labor, Vol. II or II, 1989.
33. Health Effects and Permissible Exposure Limits, by OSHA, 1989.
34. Essential ozone by Alpine Industries and Ozone Safety by Zontec.
35. Twin City Testing Report for Alpine Air.
36. OSHA 3112, Air Contaminants-Permissible Exposure Limits 1989.
37. Review of Ambient Air Quality Standards of Ozone, OAQDS Staff Papers by EPA, Aug. 1995.
38. The Inside Story, Guide to Indoor Air Quality, by EPA.
39. Diurnal Curves of Tropospheric Ozone in the Western USA, Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 25A, 1991.
40. Sixth Annual Report on Carcinogens, Summary 1991, USA Dept. Health.
41. Occurrence of By-Products of Strong Oxidants, by Rice and Gomez.
42. Ozone Degradation of Selected Non-Agricultural Herbicides, Ozone Science and Engineering, Vol.15 # 5, 1993.43. The Use of Ozonation to Degrade Organic Contaminants In Wastewater's, by Masten and Davies.
44. Use of Ozone and other Oxidants for Hazardous Waste Management, by Susan Masten and Simon H.R. Davies.
45. The Use of Ozone for the Oxidation of VOC and PAHs In Organic Matter, by Yao and Masten, MI Univ.
46. Comparison of O3 and Hydroxyl Radical-Induced Oxidation of Chlorinated Hydrocarbon in Water, by Susan Masten, MI Univ.
47. Mineralization of Pesticide Degradation Products, by Cathleen J. Hapeman-Somich. Chapter 10. 1991 Amer. Chemical Soc.
48. The Use of Ozoflotation for the Removal of Algae and Pesticides from Stored Lowland Water, Ozone Science and Engineering, Vol. 15 #6, 1993.
49. Ozone Chemistry Applied To Cooling Towers, by Rip G. Rice.
50. Ozone Oxidation Products-Implications for Drinking Water Treatment, by Rice.
51. O3 and Chlorine Dioxide Technology for the Disinfection of Drinking Water, Noyes Data Corp., Park Ridge, NJ 1980, by J. Katz.
52. Effects of O3 on the Production of Biodegradable Dissolved Organic Carbon During Water Treatment, Ozone Science and Engineering, Vol. #6, 1993.
53. Assessing Ozonation Research Needs in Water Treatment, JOURNAL AWWA, Vol. 82, #10, Oct. 1990 pages 78 to 88, by Philip Singer.
54. Microbicidal Properties of O3 on Various Microorganisms Suspended in Water, by S. Naito and I. Shiga, Nippon Shokuhin Kogyo Gakkaishi, Vol. 1, 1-10, 1982.
55. Chemicals Evaluated for Carcinogenic Potential, Office of OPP of EPA, Dec. 31, 1994.
56. NCAP, Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides, and information from Food and Water Journal.
57. Irradiation in the Production, Processing and Handling of Food, Federal Register Vol. 55, No. 85, May 6, 1990, 18538-44.
58. Effect of Ozone on Fruit, Report of the Food Investigation Board 1933, R. Gane, 1936.
59. Ozone and Its Application in Food Preservation, by Arthur W. Ewell, Refrigerating Engineering Application Data 50, Sept. 1950.
60. Food Preservation, Ozone, #132, Vol. 69, Gammon and Kereluk.
61. Review of the Applications of Ozone for Increasing Storage of Perishable Foods, by Rip Rice.
62. Ozone and Food Preservation, by Dale W. Mastarone, Dollars and Sense Quarterly.
63. O3 Use in Refrigerated Warehouses, by B. Twig, Refrigeration Research Foundation.
64. Destruction of Microorganisms by Ozone During Food Processing, by Brian Hampson, Cal. Poly.
65. Application of Ozonation for the Treatment of Food Processing Washwater, by Williams and Montecalvo, Cal. Poly.
66. The Use of Ozone for Fruit Storage, by Kaltetechnik. (Germany)
67. O3 to Extend the Shelf life and Maintain Market Quality of Peaches and Strawberries, by John Ridley, Clemson Univ.
68. Influence Of Discharge Products On Post-Harvest Physiology Of Fruit, Huazhong University of Science, Wuhan, China.
69. Ozone Technology Offers Savings For Apple, Pear, and Cherry Packers, WA Dept. of Ecology.
70. Evaluation of Gaseous Ozone-Based Preservation System to Protect Potato Tubers from Storage Pests, by Helene Desilets and Andre Gagnon, Horticultural Research Center, Laval Univ.
71. Properties and Current Uses of Ozone and Its Potential as Chlorine Replacement In The Food Industry, by Michael Janschke, National Food Processors Assoc., 1992.
72. Ozone Treatment of Chilled Beef I and II, by G. Kaess and Weidemann, J. Fd. Technol. 1968.
73. Microbial Decontamination of Pepper by Ozone and Effects on Volatile Oils, by Dr. Cranston, Univ. of Western Sydney, Australia.
74. Ozonized Ice as Preservative for Salmon, by W. Blogoslawski, IOA Vol. 10 1 and 2, 1992.
75. Use of Ozone Ice, (Red, Silver and Pink Salmon), by William Nelson, Pacific Ozone Inc.
76. Bactericidal and Mutagenic Effects of Ozone on Shrimp Meat, by Chen, Huang, Journal of Food Science, Vol. 57, No. 4, 1992.
77. Application of Ozone, from Sterilamp in Control of Mold, Bacteria, by R.Nagy, Advances in Chemistry Series.
78. Comparison of the Bactericidal Activity of Ozone and Chlorine Against E. coli at 1 degree, Fetner and Ingols, Journal Genetic Microbiology, 15:381-385.
79. New Disinfectant From Out Of The Blue, Food Processing, May 1998, page 135-137.
80. Inactivation of Bacillus Spores by Gaseous O3, by K. Ishizaki, Shinriki etc. Journal App. Bacteriology, 1986, 60. 67-72.
81. Inactivation of Viruses and Bacteria by O3, With and Without Sonication, by Burleson, Murray and Pollard, App. Microbiology, March 1975, page 340-344.
82. Inactivation Kinetics of Viruses and Bacteria in Water by Use of Ozone, by E. Katzenelson, Kletter and Shuval, Journal Amer. Water Works Assoc., 66:725-729.
83. An Investigation of the Merits of O3 as an Aerial Disinfectant, by William Elford and Van Den Ende, J. Hygiene 42.
84. Effects of Ozone on the Germination of Fungus Spores, by Hibben and Stozky, Canadian Journal of Microbiology, Vol. 15, 1969.
85. Recycling of Poultry Chill Water Using Ozone, by Waldroup, Hierholzer and Forsythe, Univ. of AR, Applied Poultry Science, 1993.
86. Efficiency of O3 as Disinfectant for Poultry Carcasses and Chill Water, by B. W. Sheldon and Brown, J. Food Science, 51 (2): 305-309, 1986.
87. Stability of O3 and its Germicidal Properties on Poultry Meat Microorganisms in Liquid Phase, by Wang and Chen, Journal of Food Science, Vol. 44, No. 2, 1979.
88. Effects of O3 Treatment of Microflora of Poultry Meat, by Yang and Chen, MS. St. Univ., Feb. 5, 1979.
89. Preserving Effect of Ozone to Fish, by Haraguchi, Simidu and Also, Japanese Soc. of Scientific Fisheries, Vol. 35. No 9, 1969.
90. Effect of O3 on Bacterial Flora in Poultry During Refrigerated Storage, by Nieto, Colmenero, Pelaez, Int. Journal of Refrigeration, vol. 7 No. 6, 1984
91. Biocidal Activity of Ozone versus Formaldehyde Against Poultry Pathogens, by Whistler and Sheldon, N. Carolina Univ., Sept. 15, 1988.
92. Comparison of Ozone and Formaldehyde as Poultry Hatchery Disinfectants, by Whistler and Sheldon.
93. Bactericidal Activity, Eggshell Conductance, and Hatchability Effects of Ozone and Formaldehyde Disinfection, by Whistler and Sheldon, N. Carolina Univ., 1988.
94. Application of Ozone with Physical Waste Water Treatments to Recondition Poultry Process Waters, by Chang and Sheldon, N. Carolina Univ., 1988
95. Chemical Oxidation by Ozonation to Reduce Odors Generated From Stored Swine Waste Slurry, by Bruce Watkins, MI St. Univ..
96. Mechanism of Enteroviral Inactivation by O3, by D. Roy, Wong, Engelbrecht, App. and Envir. Microbiology, March 1981, Vol. 41, No. 3, pages 718-723.
97. Virus Inactivation by Ozone, by Otis Sproul, Univ. of ME.
98. Relative Resistance Of Eight Human Enteric Viruses To Ozonation in Saugatucket River Water, by Snyder and Chang, Univ. of RI.
99. Findings Linking Chlorination With Bladder And Rectal Cancer, Water Review Consumer Report, Volume 7, No. 2, 1992.
100. Cancer Risks Associated With Chlorination Byproducts, Water Review Technical Report, Volume 10, No. 2, 1992.
101. Alternative Medicine, by Deepak Chopra, M.D., pages 412-421.
102. Intravenous Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy, by The Int. Bio-oxidative Medicine Society.
103. Hydrogen Peroxide Curse Or Cure? From Alternatives, Dr. David Williams.
104. Rapid Recovery From Type-A Shanghai Influenza Treated With Intravenous Hydrogen Peroxide, by Charles H. Farr MD, PhD.
105. Oral Hydrogen Peroxide Killer Or Cure, by Charles H. Farr MD, Ph.D.
106. Oxygen, by Kurt W. Donsbach D.C., N.D., Ph.D.
107. Alternatives In Cancer Therapy, Hydrogen Peroxide, Chapter 14, pages 111-121.
108. Inactivation of Illumunodeficiency Virus Type 1 O3 in Vitro, by Wells, Latino. Blood, Vol. 78. No. 7 Oct. 1, 1991.
109. O3 Inactivates Extracellular Human Immunodeficiency Virus at Non-Cytotoxic Concentrations, by Joel Freeberg and Michael Carpendale. Paper presented at The Int. Conference on AIDS, Stockholm, Sweden. June 15-16, 1988.
110. O3 vs. Hepatitis and Herpes, by Heinz Kenrad, M.D., Sao Paulo, Brazil.
111. O3 as Therapy in Herpes and Herpes Zoster Disease, by Dr. Mattassi, D'Angelo, Franchina, and Bassi.
112. AIDS 1982-1992 Hope and Challenge of 10 Years of LSU AIDS Therapy with O3, Townsend Letters for Doctors, Aug.-Sept. 1995.
113. Ozone Therapy In AIDS/Project #231, Bureau of Biologics, Health Protection Branch, Health and Welfare Ottawa, ON.
114. Aids O3 and The Nutritional Stimulation of The Immune System, by Alex Duarte, O.D., Ph.D.
115. Resolution of Intractable Diarrhea of Unknown Etiology In-Patients With Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome Treated with Medical Ozone, by Michael T. Carpendale, M.D., and Joel Freeberg.
116. O3 vs. AIDS, by Ed McCabe.
117. Aids, Cancer, Cured By Hyper-Oxygenation, by Waves Forest.
118. Ozone Application In Cancer Cases, by Dr. Joachim Varro.
119. Ozone Therapy in Coronary Heart Disease, by Dr. J. Hofmann.
120. The Clinical Effects and Biochemistry of Ozone Therapy in Peripheral Arterial Circulatory Disturbances, by Dr. O. Rokitansky.
121. Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis with O3, by Dr. Ziad Fahmy.
122. Therapy Resistant Ulceration-Decubitus, Low Pressure O3 Gassing of Chronic Ulceration's, by Dr. Horst Werkmeister, Radiologist.
123. Application of Medicinal O3/Oxygen in Patients with Sickle Cell Anemia, by, M. Gomez, E. Espinosa, J. Caplan.
124. Utilization of O3 for Senile Dementia, by Marfa M. Rodriguez Fernandez.
125. Physicochemical and Pharmacological Aspects of Ozone Therapy, by Dr. Hans L. Mennicken.
126. O3, by M. Horvath, L. Bilitzky and J. Huttner, 1985.