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1. List two types of chemical compounds that must be present in the air for photochemical smog to form. Create a
discussion for each of the chemical compounds you have listed using the following questions:
a. What are the most common sources of these compounds?
b. What are the effects of each in human health?
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1. List two types of chemical compounds that must be present in the air for photochemical smog to form. Create a discussion for each of the chemical compounds you have listed using the following questions: a. What are the most common sources of these compounds? b. What are the effects of each in human health?

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