help needed - gaseous ozone damage references

Thread by Katherine on 31 Mar 2015 at 20:46:09 
I have had items damaged by ozone treatment used to kill mould,and now have to prove this for an insurance claim.

What I could see was oxidation to metal surfaces, discoloration/yellowing of rubber and colour fading and drying out of natural materials such as leather. What I am also concerned about is weakening of materials and their resultant accelerated failure in the future, for example plastics in luggage cracking,plastic cradles used to carry approximately 55kg, rubbers and other materials inside furniture and so on.

If anyone could recommend some peer reviewed papers or other reference sources to explain how ozone damages materials I would be most grateful.