Lecture+9-15-08_Photochemical+smog+and+ozone

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November 2004 - Siebert Ground Level Ozone 1 PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG & OZONE
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November 2004 - Siebert Ground Level Ozone 2 Primary Pollutant Dangerous substance when emitted into the atmosphere Directly cause lung damage and respiratory distress NOx VOCs PM 2.5 PM 10
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November 2004 - Siebert Ground Level Ozone 3 Secondary Pollutant Chemical that is not emitted per se, but forms from chemical interactions between or among primary pollutants in the atmosphere PM 2.5 Photochemical Smog Ozone
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November 2004 - Siebert Ground Level Ozone 4 London-type smog caused mainly by air pollution due to combustion of coal and emission of sulfur dioxide (SO 2 ) and dust Such pollution mixed with fog can produce droplets of sulfuric acid (H 2 SO 4 ) suspended in the air
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Siebert Ground Level Ozone 5 Photochemical Smog the dominant pollutant in most of the big cities of the world main component is ozone (O 3 ), which in high concentrations can cause
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