I believe you are referring to 1,3 butadiene which is an important industrial chemical.
This is not a simple question because it depends on the reaction conditions such as temperature and pressure and what type of catalyst may be present, if any.
However, in general when an alkene - a carbon compound with a double bond - reacts with ozone, the products are either an aldehyde or a carboxylic acid depending on whether the reaction takes place under alkaline or acidic conditions.
To see the intermediate ozonoid structures I will refer you to the reference below.
the mechanism is different from what i am looking for. Please help me out ! thanks.
i believe that two ozonoids are formed at the adjacent position which will cleave oxidativly forming actaldehyde,carbondioxide and formaldehyde. please give me written mechanism of this.thanks
the mechanism is different from what i am looking for. Please help me out ! thanks