Can ozone remove the Ammonia Nitrogen or not?

Update: 2016-08-18 13:03      View:
Ozone isn’t like the Nitrifying Bacteria; it is much simple of converting. The (NH3) and (NH4+) in Ammonia Nitrogen can be converted directly by ozone. There is no any chance for Ammonia Nitrogen to be converted in to Nitrite (NO2-) and Nitrate (NO3-), either to Nitric Acid (HNO3). This is the reason of ozone can inhibit the growth of Green Algae.
 
So, the ozone work in the water, it won’t appear the words of Nitrite (NO2-) and Nitrate (NO3-), because there is no chance to be born, here are the Chemical Reaction Equation:
 
2NH3 + 1O3 -----> 1N2 + 3H2O;
 
6 NH4+ + 4O3 -----> 3N2 + 12H2O;
 
The (NH3) and (NH4+) in Ammonia Nitrogen were converted by ozone totally, there is no any extra (NH3) react with oxygen in water, so no Nitric Acid (HNO3) to feed the Green Algae.
 
Under the condition of no artificial adding Nitrifying Bacteria, there is no any extra Ammonia Nitrogen react with them, so no Nitrite (NO2-) and Nitrate (NO3-), this is the reason of ozone can reduce Nitrite (NO2-) and Nitrate (NO3-).