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Chapter 13 section 2

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on 25 April 2010

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Transcript of Chapter 13 section 2

Air Quality Q #1 How is most air
pollution produced? Q #2 Name two natural and
two artificial sources of particles
in the atmostsphere? Q #3 How is phatochemical form? What kinds of harm dose it cause? Most air pollution is the result of burning
fossil fuels such as coal, oil, gasoline, and diesel. Two natural sources are the salt that comes from
the ocean when it hits the rocks and when wind blows mold and pollen into the air. Two human sources are people that burn fossill fuels and construction that gets soil into the air. Photochemical is formed
when fossil fuels are
burned but some particle are not. Its causes the lungs to be
irritated and harms plants and rubber.
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