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What are the types of air pollution?

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24 Nov '08 11:17 am
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Air is the ocean we breathe. Air supplies us with oxygen which is essential for our bodies to live. Air is 99.9% nitrogen, oxygen, water vapor and inert gases. Human activities can release substances into the air, some of which can cause problems for humans, plants, and animals.

There are several main types of pollution and well-known effects of pollution which are commonly discussed. These include smog, acid rain, the greenhouse effect, and "holes" in the ozone layer. Each of these problems has serious implications for our health and well-being as well as for the whole environment.

One type of air pollution is the release of particles into the air from burning fuel for energy. Diesel smoke is a good example of this particulate matter . The particles are very small pieces of matter measuring about 2.5 microns or about .0001 inches. This type of pollution is sometimes referred to as "black carbon" pollution. The exhaust from burning fuels in automobiles, ...more
Answered by radhikamruta, 24 Nov '08 12:05 pm

 
  
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Molicular content, pollan content, dust and temperature
Answered by harikishor, 24 Nov '08 11:19 am

 
  
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Everyone leaves co2 & water vapour. cars produces carbon monoxides. rotten things makes air pollute
Answered by pramod rajapurkar, 24 Nov '08 11:19 am

 
  
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