A brand new type of highly reactive chemical, known as organic hydrotrioxides (ROOOH) is currently being identified in the environment in the atmosphere of Earth in the first time. Scientists have stated that the chemical may produce effects that aren’t fully identified. It could pose an ill-health risk of human beings or impact the climate around the globe. Trioxides are reactive chemical which contain three oxygen atoms that are linked to one another in. According to scientists from the University of Copenhagen, the trioxides are formed under the situations of high atmospheric pressure.
Trioxides are more inert than peroxides which have 2 oxygenatoms. Scientists have suggested that trioxides could be present in the air too. But, this was not confirmed until the present.
Researchers from the University of Copenhagen have demonstrated trioxides, chemical compounds made up of three oxygen atoms that are linked to one another under atmospheric pressure.
Trioxides are higher than peroxides that have two oxygen atoms joined to one another. They are extremely reactive and are often highly explosive and flammable.