5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- primary pollutants
- Volative Organic compunds (VOCs)
- convective circulation
- industrial smog
- carbon monoxide
- a pollutants emitted into the troposphere in a from that can be directly harmful or that can react to form harmful substances
- b 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.
- c a colorless, odorless gas produced primarily by the imcomplete combustion of fuel. Mostly from cars and engines.
- d When coal or oil is burned, some portion is completly combusted, forming CO2
- e carbon-containing chemical used in a =nd emitted by vehicle engines and a wide cariety of solvents and industrial processes, as well as by many household chemical and consumer items.
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- a heavy metal that enters the atmosphere as a particular pollutant. Help improve engim=nge preformance.
- signatory nations agreed to cut CFC production in half
- a colorless gas, has a pungent odor. Usually results from combustion of coal.
- The pattern of atmospheric conditions found accross large geoographic regions over long periods of time
5 True/False questions
warm front → The bounsry along which a mass of warmer, moister air replaces a mass of colder, drier air.
Tropospheric ozone → A secondary pollutant, a major component of smog, colorless gas
Clean air act of 1970 &1990 → 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.
Low-pressure system → contains air that moves outward away from a center of the system and spirals upward
nitrogen dioxide → a highly reactive, foul smelling reddish brown gas that contributes to smog and acid precipitation.