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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Ozone,
  • Smog,
  • Physics Theses

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsBrewer, A. W. (supervisor)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLE3 T525 MA 1965 D47
The Physical Object
Pagination64 leaves.
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14745860M

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INTRODUCTION Pollution of the lower atmosphere by ozone is a growing problem in industrialized countries (Heck et al., ; Krupa and Manning, ). However in- formation on 03 levels in tropical areas, and parti- cularly, in Asian countries, which are at the threshold of Cited by: Shape of the ozone layer The Chapman mechanism and steady state The detailed Chapman mechanism HOx-catalyzed ozone loss Chlorine chemistry at mid-latitudes Partitioning of Cly Bromine-catalyzed ozone loss Limitation of antarctic ozone depletion Fixing the ozone. III. Unpolluted vs. Polluted Air 25 iii. unPOLLutEd vS. POLLutEd Air Clean Air, Can it be harmful? Unpolluted (clean) tropospheric air is defined in table 2–3. Of the two major atmospheric gases, N 2 and O 2, one is considered to be chemically inert (N 2), and the other oxidizing (O 2). However, N 2 is not always bio-logically inert. In deep File Size: 1MB. This mini-review gives a brief history of air pollution and presents an overview of some of the basic photochemistry involved in the production of ozone and other oxidants in the atmosphere.

  In polluted regions of the Northern Hemisphere, seasonal increases in ozone concentration have been observed 1,2; such changes could arise from photochemical reactions 3–6, but they could also Cited by: Out of 10 million air molecules, about 2 million are normal oxygen, but only 3 are ozone. Most ozone is produced naturally in the upper atmosphere or stratosphere. While ozone can be found through the entire atmosphere, the greatest concentration occurs at . "The earth's climate is now clearly out of balance and is warming. Many components of the climate system- including the temperature of the atomosphere, land, ocean, the extent of sea ice and mountain glaciers are now changing at rates and in patterns that are not natural and are best explained by the increased atmospheric abundances of greenhouse gases and aerosol generated by human activity. Ozone is removed from the atmosphere by interactions with other gases, organic vapours, and terrestrial and aquatic surfaces (including vegetation). Ground-Level Ozone Ground-level ozone (O 3) is the most damaging of the so-called photochemical air pollutants.