Atmospheric Composition , Global Cycles and Lifetimes

  title={Atmospheric Composition , Global Cycles and Lifetimes},
  • Published 2000
Photochemical smog is the result of complex chemistry taking place when sunlight irradiates the atmosphere laden with organic gases and nitrous oxides. High temperatures and bright sun light favour photochemical smog. The secondary pollutants, formed from the organic gases and nitrous oxides, are more aggressive and dangerous as the first pollutants. Secondary pollutants are O3, organic nitrates, oxidized hydrocarbons and aerosol. 

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