pollution summary

Ozone (O3)

A gaseous molecule that contains three oxygen atoms (O3). Ozone can exist either high in the atmosphere, where it shields the Earth against harmful ultraviolet rays from the sun, or close to the ground, where it is the main component of smog. Ground-level ozone is a product of reactions involving hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides in the presence of sunlight. Ozone is a potent irritant that causes lung damage and a variety of respiratory problems.

Barometric pressure | Benzene (C6H6) | Carbon Monoxide (CO) | Nitrogen Oxides NOx | PM10 | Relative humidity | Solar radiation | Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) | Toluene | Xylene