I have heard that liquid ozone is violently unstable, making it unusable in any meaningful concentrations. Would using it as a compressed gas partially solves the problem? What is the mechanism of its breakdown? I assume it heats up when breaking down to O2 and the flashing into gas blows up the rocket. Is it a runaway reaction, meaning once it starts breaking down it doesn't stop until its all O2 and blows you up or is it more of a random breakdown that is hard to predict and therefore handle? If its not a runaway reaction then how violently does it convert to O2 and how much has been observed at most for a set period of time?