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*  Air Pollution Index
There are hourly, 24-hour and annual targets for sulfur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide, and 24-hour and annual targets for ... The World Health Organisation revised its air quality guideline levels of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and ozone in 2006 in ... The AQI level was based on the level of 5 atmospheric pollutants, namely sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), ... The API was based on the level of 6 atmospheric pollutants, namely sulphur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), respirable ...
*  Air pollution on vegetation
Hand held monitors that are able to monitor volatile organic compounds, nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide are increasingly ... wheat and white clover whose surface structure is susceptible to pollutants like ozone and nitrogen dioxide. Medical symptoms ...
*  Air pollution in the United States
With respect to nitrogen dioxide, NASA reported a 32% decrease in New York City and a 42% decrease in Atlanta between the ... The same study also found that higher levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and nitric oxide (NO), both can undergo chemical ... A study conducted in 2000 used geographic census data and outdoor nitrogen dioxide (NO2) concentration data to examine the ... In urban areas, there are high concentrations of particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide, ozone, and other volatile organic ...
*  Air pollution in India
A decreasing trend has been observed in nitrogen dioxide levels in residential areas of some cities such as Bhopal and Solapur ... India was the third largest emitter of carbon dioxide in 2009 at 1.65 Gt per year, after China (6.9 Gt per year) and the United ... On per capita basis, India emitted about 1.4 tons of carbon dioxide per person, in comparison to the United States' 17 tons per ... A decreasing trend has been observed in sulphur dioxide levels in residential areas of many cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, ...
*  Particulates
The composition of particulate matter that generally causes visual effects such as smog consists of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen ... The resulting air pollution is characterized by raised sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxide levels and very high concentrations ... Secondary particles derive from the oxidation of primary gases such as sulfur and nitrogen oxides into sulfuric acid (liquid) ... J.R. Balmes, J.M. Fine, D. Sheppard Symptomatic bronchoconstriction after short-term inhalation of sulfur dioxide Am. Rev. ...
*  Air Pollution in Canada
Many of the main contributors of air pollution that increase the risk of Leukemia in adults include nitrogen dioxide, sulfur ... The provincial government created two pieces of legislation the Industry emissions Nitrogen Oxides and Sulphur Dioxide and the ... The most recent report has revealed that Canada has continuously reduced its emissions of sulphur dioxide (SO2) in the past 20 ... Burner unites that currently exist must be replaced, new burners must be low in Nitrogen oxide emissions. Quebec has also ...
*  Mobile source air pollution
Carbon Dioxide: Carbon dioxide is one of the most prominent greenhouse gasses emitted by motor vehicles. In 2006, 23.6% of the ... Nitrogen Oxides: Nitrogen oxides form when fuel burns at high temperatures, such as in motor vehicle engines. Mobile sources ... A key component of smog, ground-level ozone is formed by reactions involving hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides in the presence ... Both on-road and non-road mobile sources are major nitrogen oxide polluters. These problems include ozone and smog. ...
*  Nitrogen dioxide
... typically arises via the oxidation of nitric oxide by oxygen in air: 2 NO + O 2 → 2 NO 2 Nitrogen dioxide is ... Nitrogen dioxide is a paramagnetic, bent molecule with C2v point group symmetry. Nitrogen dioxide is a reddish-brown gas above ... Nitric acid decomposes slowly to nitrogen dioxide by the overall reaction: 4 HNO 3 → 4 NO 2 + 2 H 2O + O 2 The nitrogen dioxide ... Nitrogen Dioxide Air Pollution Nitrogen dioxide pollution in the world (image) A review of the acute and long term impacts of ...
*  Nitrogen dioxide poisoning
... is the illness resulting from the toxic effect of nitrogen dioxide (NO 2). It usually occurs after ... Nitrogen dioxide is about 1.5 times heavier than air and during silage storage, nitrogen dioxide remains in the silage material ... Nitrogen dioxide poisoning depends on the duration, frequency, and intensity of exposure. Nitrogen dioxide is an irritant of ... 1993). "Nitrogen dioxide and respiratory illness in children. Part II. Assessment of exposure to nitrogen dioxide". Res Rep ...
*  Air quality index
This index is on a scale of 1 to 10+ and considers four air pollutants: ozone; nitrogen dioxide; sulphur dioxide and ... The index is calculated from the concentrations of the following pollutants: Ozone, Nitrogen Dioxide, Sulphur Dioxide, PM2.5 ( ... Many countries monitor ground-level ozone, particulates, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, and calculate ... sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen dioxide. The EPA has established National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for each of these ...
*  Commuting
"Health". Nitrogen Dioxide. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 14 February 2013. "The Regional Transport of Ozone: ... The major culprits from transportation sources are carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen oxides (NO and NOx), volatile organic ... "State and County Emission Summaries: Nitrogen Oxides". Air emission sources. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 25 ... New EPA Rulemaking on Nitrogen Oxide Emissions (EPA-456/F-98-006)" (PDF). United States Environmental Protection Agency. ...
*  Reactive nitrogen species
... carbon dioxide) → ONOOCO2− (nitrosoperoxycarbonate) ONOOCO2− → •NO2 (nitrogen dioxide) + O=C(O•)O− (carbonate radical) •NO + • ... Additionally peroxynitrite can react with other molecules to form additional types of RNS including nitrogen dioxide (•NO2) and ... Important reactions involving RNS include: ONOO− + H+ → ONOOH (peroxynitrous acid) → •NO2 (nitrogen dioxide) + •OH (hydroxyl ... nitrogen dioxide, and nitronium ion". Chem. Res. Toxicol. 12 (1): 83-92. doi:10.1021/tx980207u. PMID 9894022. Pacher P, Beckman ...
*  Ceramic glaze
Nitrogen dioxide (NO 2) plays a role in the mobilization of lead in the environment. In polluted environments, nitrogen dioxide ... "Nitrogen dioxide (NO2)". www.environment.gov.au. Retrieved 2015-11-09. Mason (1995), p. 5 Missoun, F., M. Slimani, and A. Aoues ... of leaded glazes is exposed to nitrogen dioxide (NO 2) found in polluted air. PbO + 2HNO 3 → Pb(NO 3) 2 + H 2O The lead(II) ... "Heterogeneous Atmospheric Chemistry of Lead Oxide Particles with Nitrogen Dioxide Increases Lead Solubility: Environmental and ...
*  NO2 (disambiguation)
NO2 is nitrogen dioxide. NO2 or NO2 may also refer to: Nitrite ion, NO2− Nitronium ion, NO2+ -NO2, nitro functional group, ...
*  Analytical thermal desorption
These were first introduced for monitoring sulfur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide, but the analyte scope later widened as the ... Palmes, E.D.; Gunnison, A.F.; DiMattio, J.; Tomczyk, C. (1976). "Personal sampler for nitrogen dioxide". American Industrial ...
*  Costas Varotsos
"Stratospheric nitrogen dioxide in the Antarctic". International Journal of Remote Sensing. Journal of Remote Sensing, 26, 3395- ...
*  Air pollution in Germany
Nitrogen oxides (NOx) - Particularly nitrogen dioxide. Expelled from high temperature combustion. Carbon monoxide (CO) - ... However, additional reductions are needed for nitrogen oxides and ammonia. The necessary reductions in nitrogen oxide emissions ... For sulphur dioxide and volatile organic compounds it is sufficient to apply the measures already adopted and implemented in ... The major primary pollutants produced by human activity include: Carbon dioxide (CO2) - The most emitted form of human caused ...
*  UK Molecular R-matrix Codes
Gupta, Dhanoj; Naghma, Rahla; Vinodkumar, Minaxi; Antony, Bobby (2013-12-01). "Electron scattering studies of nitrogen dioxide ...
*  Exhaust gas
The largest part of most combustion gas is nitrogen (N2), water vapor (H2O) (except with pure-carbon fuels), and carbon dioxide ... "Health". Nitrogen Dioxide. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 14 February 2013. "The Regional Transport of Ozone: ... Scrubbers in ships intend to remove the sulfur dioxide (SO2) of marine exhaust gases. The regulations on marine sulfur dioxide ... "Lung Cancer and Exposure to Nitrogen Dioxide and Traffic: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis". Environmental Health ...
*  Smog
Ground-level ozone, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide are especially harmful for senior citizens, children, ... "Health". Nitrogen Dioxide. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 14 February 2013. "The Regional Transport of Ozone: ... nitrogen dioxide (NO2), which is formed as nitric oxide (NO) combines with oxygen in the air; and acid rain, which is formed ... with pollutants like nitrogen dioxide being double or even triple international standards. Similar to Mexico City, the air ...
*  Magnetochemistry
Notable examples include: oxygen, O2; nitric oxide, NO; nitrogen dioxide, NO2 and chlorine dioxide, ClO2. In organic chemistry ...
*  Swain-Lupton equation
This then leads to: F = R = 0 for H (Hydrogen). F = R = 1 for NO2 (Nitrogen Dioxide). Fig. 2 shows some relative F and R values ...
*  Dinitrogen tetroxide
... causing it to dissociate into nitrogen dioxide at half the molecular weight. This hot nitrogen dioxide is expanded through a ... Inevitably, some dinitrogen tetroxide is a component of smog containing nitrogen dioxide. Nitrogen tetroxide is made by the ... the nitric oxide that was produced is oxidized to nitrogen dioxide, which is then dimerized into nitrogen tetroxide: 2NO + O2 ... It forms an equilibrium mixture with nitrogen dioxide. The molecule is planar with an N-N bond distance of 1.78 Å and N-O ...
*  Texas City disaster
This color is typical for nitrogen dioxide fumes. The unusual color of the smoke attracted more spectators. Spectators also ...
*  Richard Zare
Hsu, Donald K.; Monts,, David L.; Zare, Richard N. (1978). Spectral atlas of nitrogen dioxide, 5530 to 6480 Å. New York: ...
*  List of food additives
Sesame seed - Shellac - glazing agent Silicon dioxide - anti-caking agent Silver - color (silver) Luohanguo Sodium acetate - ... preservative Nitrogen - propellant Nitrous oxide - propellant Norbixin - color Nutmeg - Octyl gallate - antioxidant Evening ... Carbon dioxide - acidity regulator, propellant Cardamom - carmines - color (red) Carmoisine - color (red) (FDA: Ext D&C Red #10 ... Sulfur dioxide - preservative, antioxidant Sulfuric acid - acidity regulator Sumac - Sunflower oil - a common cooking oil, also ...
*  Minsk
Other major contaminants are Chromium-VI and nitrogen dioxide. Zavodski, Partyzanski and Leninski districts, which are situated ...