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    Effects Of Smog

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    Introduction Today smog is a visible type of air pollution that appears in a thick, foggy haze in the air. There are many sources where smog come from for example, industrial fumes, vehicle emissions, and even comes from paints and hairsprays. In many cities smog is the culprit from vehicle emissions. Smog can be composed of many other chemical compounds thus coming from many different sources. In this paper there will be a discussion of the harmful impacts of smog and what the United States Environmental protection agency is doing to help. Smog comes from many sources including automobile exhaust, coal burning power plants and even factories that produce consumer products. Such as paint, hairspray, chemical solvents, and even charcoal starting fluid. A substantial amount of smog produced comes from cars, boats, trucks and buses. The majority of smog comes from, coal burning power plants releasing a mixture of smoke and sulfur dioxide. There is evidence, and it is linked to heavy automobile traffic, increased temperatures, sunshine and calm winds. Geography and weather affect the location and severity of the smog. This is because temperature regulates the time and the length; it takes for smog to form. For example, smog can appear more rapidly during a clear hot sunny day. When the warm air stays close to the ground, instead of rising, and the wind is calm, smog can stay trapped in the area for some period of time. Air pollution or smog is a non-point source of pollution…

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    Smog In China

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    available, it would be in China’s best interests to make the switch. The smog dilemma will actually hurt the economy further when the tourism rates will decrease. Who would want to risk visiting such a beautiful land and its people if their life was on the line? Dangerously high levels of smog from coal and car exhaust in Beijing may cause tourists to re-evaluate their tourist destination. If China was to ever…

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    Smog In Los Angeles

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    While smog continues to affect the life of every person in Los Angeles, the majority of the population knows little about it. The simplest way to explain smog is that it forms in a photochemical reaction which means car-exhaust emissions like nitrogen oxide combine with sunlight to create a pollutant. In a city of millions-like Los Angeles where nearly every person drives a car, smog builds up quickly. In addition to the car-emissions, smog also forms in Los Angeles as a result of the industrial…

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    Air Pollution In Beijing

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    1. Introduction This report is about air pollution in Beijing .One of the leading death of china, Beijing is caused by air pollution, as we know air is an important source of survivor for everyone. Beijing air pollution is causing a very serious problem to the people. 2. Importance of the issue Beijing, being one of the largest city in China has the worst pollution problems in China. According to Beijing government, Beijing has more than five million motor vehicles with heavy industrial…

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    American Air Pollution

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    This is what people refer to when they talk about smog. According to the Webster dictionary, smog is “a photochemical haze caused by the action of solar ultraviolet radiation on atmosphere polluted with hydrocarbons and oxides of nitrogen especially from automobile exhaust” (Dictionary, 2016). Because of our atmospheric pollution, when smog is present and it begins to rain, the rain traps the chemicals and brings them down to the earth’s water…

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    Traffic Problems In Smog

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    other cities in China. It seems that everything is wonderful but there is a serious issue: smog. People feel terrible because when the air is full of ashes and toxic chemical substances, we will have to wear heavy mask and it is really hard to breathe. The smog in Beijing has influenced people’s life in many aspects and in this essay, I will introduce three aspects of the effects: physical health, mental healthy and traffic problems. Let’s begin our journey and first discuss physical health.…

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    Two Global Human Activities and How they Create Smog Two Global Human Activities and How they Create Smog Commuting by automobile everyday for work or other human activities may be an average recurrence in the American society but all of the convenience in arriving on schedule comes with a sacrifice, air pollution. Agriculture is also human necessity that releases vast amount of nitrous oxides that help create smog or air pollution; agriculture and transportation are the two human activities…

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    Most people do not think about what they are breathing in every day they’re outside. Chances are you did not realize you are breathing in carbon monoxide, a clear gas that blocks oxygen to the brain and can kill a human. With over 1 billion cars on the road every day, the impacts on breathing are astronomical. Millions of Americans everyday breathe in the toxic gas that is emitted from the tailpipes of cars, planes, trucks, buses etc. And slowly it is taking its toll, causing diseases,…

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    With the increased need for mass products at fast rates, factories are ignoring safety precautions in order to work to demand. Also, the fine for violating them is less than the cost for using the protective equipment (Jing). Originally the government wasn’t helping the problem as they hid the fact that it was happening and censored it from the media. The smog was also considered to be fog for many years as reported by weather stations. Recently however the government has worked to try to…

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    temperature thermal oxidation and (2) oxidation of fuel nitrogen compounds. The high temperature oxidation reactions involve the conversion of atmospheric nitrogen (N2) to NO and NO2 in portions of the burner flame having temperatures exceeding 1400°C and high localized oxygen concentrations. The conversion of fuel nitrogen simply involves the oxidation of a portion of the nitrogen compounds often present in fossil fuels. NO is an odorless gas that is insoluble in water. NO2 is moderately…

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