Some common air pollutants, Biology

The major air pollutants are:

(i)     Carbon monoxide, CO

(ii)   Nitrogen oxides, (NO)x

(iii) Sulphur oxide, (SO)x

(iv) Ground level ozone (O3)

(v)   Hydrocarbons (HC)

(vi) Particulates.

 

 

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