Two versions of the 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazine method, a coated silica gel cartridge (solid) and acetonitrile impinger (solvent based), were used simultaneously to sample varied concentrations of ozone (0-770 ppb) and formaldehyde (20-140 ppb). Ozone was found to be a negative interference in the determination of formaldehyde by the 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazine-coated silica gel cartridge method. At 120 ppb of ozone, formaldehyde at 40 ppb was under-reported by the cartridge method by 34% and at 300 ppb of ozone, formaldehyde measurements were 61% low. Greater losses were seen at higher ozone concentrations. Impinger sampling (2,4-DNPH in acetonitrile) showed no formaldehyde losses due to ozone.