How much thinner is the Ozone?



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    The thickness of the ozone layer varies depending on the location. CFCs convert into chlorine when they encounter ultraviolet rays and the chlorine destroys ozone molecules. In some parts of the world, the chlorine conversion takes place at a more rapid pace and so the ozone layer is thinner in these regions (about 65% thinner). In other areas where the chlorine conversion isn’t as rapid the ozone layer has thinned out by about 20%.

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