So I'm preparing to run an experiment involving Ionization. Unfortunately during my research, I've found out that when air is ionized (much like a lightning strike) it produces ozone. I learned that ozone molecules are unstable and usually dissipate back into O2 molecules in about 20 minutes, depending on temperature. Is there anything else I should know? I'm trying to do more research but detailed information is proving a challenge to find.
[Edit] Oh, and I also know about the respiratory problems it can cause, and that if it is created in an environment of a high temperature, it can explode because it is so unstable. But additional info would be greatly appreciated