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5 Matching questions

  1. Weather
  2. thermal inversion
  3. High-pressure system
  4. acidic depositions
  5. carbon monoxide
  1. a atmospheric conditions over short time periods, typically hours or days, and within relatively small gergraphic areas
  2. b The settling of acidic or acid-forming pollutants from the atmosphere onto earth's surface.
  3. c contains air that moves outward away from a center of the system and spirals upward
  4. d a departure from the normal temperature distribution in the atmosphere, in which a pocket of relavitevly cold air occurs near the ground, with warmer air above it.
  5. e a colorless, odorless gas produced primarily by the imcomplete combustion of fuel. Mostly from cars and engines.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The bounsry along which a mass of warmer, moister air replaces a mass of colder, drier air.
  2. Harmful substances produced when primary pollutants interact or react with contituents of the atmosphere
  3. Technology to chemically treat gas produced in combustion to remove hazardous components and neutralize acidic gases, turning them into water and aslt, in order to reduce smokestack emissions
  4. a heavy metal that enters the atmosphere as a particular pollutant. Help improve engim=nge preformance.
  5. A circular current driven by temperature differences, in the air warm air rises into regiona of lower atmospheric pressure, where it expands and cools and then descends and becomes denser.

5 True/False questions

  1. Tropospheric ozoneA secondary pollutant, a major component of smog, colorless gas

          

  2. nitrogen dioxidea highly reactive, foul smelling reddish brown gas that contributes to smog and acid precipitation.

          

  3. Sulfur dioxidea highly reactive, foul smelling reddish brown gas that contributes to smog and acid precipitation.

          

  4. industrial smogWhen coal or oil is burned, some portion is completly combusted, forming CO2

          

  5. ozone layeratmospheric conditions over short time periods, typically hours or days, and within relatively small gergraphic areas