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In regards to the polyatomic anion ozone, it does not exist. A polyatomic molecule is four or more of the same molecule in its simple form. Ozone is three molecules of oxygen plain and simple. There is but one polyatomic oxygen patent in the world at this time and there are many and I repeat many people out there stating their machines produce O4 and above molecules yet can not produce one test that verifies it can.