The only name which suggests itself is oxyzone, a combination of oxygen and ozone.
They were filled with a milky light, and the odor of ozone was strong.
Electricity crackled, and the air became pungent with ozone.
The air was thick with the odor of raw blood and pungent with ozone.
"Nothing like the ozone of the forest to make you sparkle," chuckled the traffic-manager.
He found the air cool and crisp, with a tang of ozone assailing his nostrils.
As commonly prepared, ozone is mixed with a large excess of oxygen.
Air burned over Alan's back and ozone tingled in his nostrils.
"It's this yer 'ozone' in the air that Dr. Duchesne talks about," said Seth complacently.
After exposure to the ozone, they require to be moistened to bring out the colour.