Photochemical Smog is a Resultant of the Reaction among

  1. CO, CO2 and NO2 at low temperature
  2. High concentration of NO2, O3 and CO in the evening
  3. NO2, O3 and peroxyacetyl nitrate in the presence of sunlight
  4. CO, O2 and peroxyacetyl nitrate in the presence of sunlight
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 9th August 2015 in Chemistry.
Add Comment
1 Answer(s)

Photochemical smog
Photochemical smog is the chemical reaction of sunlight, nitrogen oxides and volatile organic compounds in the atmosphere, which leaves airborne particles and ground-level ozone.[14] This noxious mixture of air pollutants may include the following:

Aldehydes
Nitrogen oxides, particularly nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide
Peroxyacyl nitrates
Tropospheric ozone
Volatile organic compounds

Subhasis007 Newbie Answered on 7th January 2016.
Add Comment

Your Answer

By posting your answer, you agree to the privacy policy and terms of service.