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    So I thought that since I couldn't find this on here, I'd start a post on this.

    Any ideas on what might come up?

    I reckon:

    ppm to % conversions

    drawing various dot - cross diagrams on the molecules given

    reactions between ammonia and acidic gases

    catalytic cycles ie how NOx are removed/formed and what role they have in ozone

    production in the troposphere
    ie. as NO2 is released, it can homolytically break down into NO and O and the increase in O atoms in the atmosphere reacts with O2 present to form ozone (see storylines as well)

    Ideas on radical reactions ie. initiation, propagation and termination

    Problems with tropospheric ozone

    Greenhouse gases perhaps????
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    Hi, there's already a thread on this.
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2294388
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    Ta! Couldn't find it first time round and thanks


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