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Photochemical smog is a condition that develops when primary pollutants (oxides of nitrogen and volatile organic compounds created from fossil fuel combustion) interact under the influence of sunlight to produce a mixture of hundreds of different and hazardous chemicals known as secondary pollutants. Development of photochemical smog is typically associated with specific climatic conditions and centers of high population density. Cities like Los Angeles, New York, Sydney, and Vancouver frequently suffer episodes of photochemical smog
photochemical smog A hazy condition of the atmosphere caused by the reaction of hydrocarbons with molecules of nitrogen oxide in sunlight, which produces complex organic molecules of peroxyacetyl nitrates (PAN). In humid conditions these molecules produce smog photochemical smog. photochemical smog A hazy condition of the atmosphere caused by the reaction of hydrocarbons with molecules of nitrogen oxide in sunlight, which produces complex organic molecules of peroxyacetyl nitrates (PAN). In humid conditions these molecules produce smog. Such phenomena are common in large urban areas (.
Photochemical smog is composed of primary and secondary pollutants. Secondary pollutants, like ozone, result from the reaction of primary pollutants with ultraviolet light. Photochemical smog is most common in sunny and dry cities, like Los Angeles. Smog has a variety of negative health impacts.
Photochemical smog is formed when sunlight interacts with certain chemicals in the atmosphere. Ozone is the main component in this type of air pollution. Ozone in the stratosphere protects us against harmful ultraviolet radiation, but on the ground, it is hazardous to human health. Ground-level ozone forms when motor vehicle emissions containing nitrogen oxide and volatile organic compounds (produced from paint and evaporation of fuel and solvents) react in the presence of sunlight. Photochemical smog is capable of inflicting irreversible damage on the lungs and heart
Photochemical smog, which occurs most prominently in urban areas that have large numbers of automobiles, requires neither smoke nor fog. This type of smog has its origin in the nitrogen oxides and hydrocarbon vapors emitted by automobiles and other sources, which then undergo photochemical reactions in the lower atmosphere. NOTE: recall photochemical reactions discussed in Lectures 7 and 8. 1.
Photochemical smog is a type of air pollution due to the reaction of solar radiation with airborne pollutant mixtures of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and volatile organic compounds (hydrocarbons). Due to industry and the number of motor vehicles, this is more of a problem in large cities that have a warm, sunny and dry climate. Oxidation: Photochemical smog is also referred to as oxidizing smog. Oxidation reactions have been defined several ways. In terms of oxygen transfer, oxidation is a gain of oxygen. Formation of Photochemical Smog. Step 1: People begin driving in the morning, nitrogen is burned or oxidized.
In the twentieth century, the transition from solid fuels burnt in stationary furnaces to liquid fuels burnt within the internal combustion engine has entirely transformed the air of our cities. A new kind of air pollution, photochemical smog, has emerged. This smog, which is neither smoke nor fog, arises particularly when volatile organic compounds from liquid fuels are oxidized in a sunlit atmosphere and promote the production of nitrogen dioxide that leads to high ozone concentrations. Photochemical smog was first recognized in Los Angeles during the Second World War. It was seen as unique and to some extent different from the type of pollution observed elsewhere; so it came to be called Los Angeles Smog. Its unusual character was apparent when conventional smoke abatement techniques failed to make any impression, and smoke abatement experts were initially baffled.
Photochemical smog present in places like Los Angeles which is a mixture o. zone, oxides of nitrogen, hydrocarbons and other nasties resulting from the interaction of car exhausts (primarily) and sunlight. Classic smog caused breathing difficulties due to the presence of the sulfuric acid droplets. These same droplets ate away at stone and metal and killed plants. Photochemical smog causes increased asthma rates, allergic reactions, kills plants, causes lung problems (cancer).
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Title: Photochemical Smog
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