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This last lesson includes the ways to prtoect the environment from air pollution. Ways and sources tp over come air pollution

PRACHI GUPTA
Teaching is passion and learning from learners that what i believe is the best way of learning.Pursuing my Masters .Appeared 4 UGC and ibps

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In Q 36 . so2 is responsible for asid rain
Shashank singh
2 years ago
Carbon dioxide in the air can dissolve in rain water to form carbonic acid, H2CO3. Carbonic acid is a weak acid. It partially ionises to form hydrogen ions. The hydrogen ions from carbonic acid give natural rain water a slightly acid pH value of 5.6. So CO2 is correct.
please give mains questions for practice
PRACHI GUPTA
9 months ago
sure will update it to you
PRACHI GUPTA
9 months ago
Q1. Baval trees should be planted and used to prevent and control  a. Water pollution b. Air pollution c. Soil pollution d. Noise pollution Q2. Depletion of ozone layer causes, Which of the following? 1. Cataract in eyes leading to blindness 2.  Reduced productivity of forests 3. Lung infection Q3. The protocol which decided to completely phase out CFC is  a. Cartagena protocol b. Stockholm Convention c. Montreal protocol d. Kyoto protocol Q4. Which of the following is/are not Green House Gases? 1. Nitrous oxide 2. Ozone 3. Sulphur dioxide Q5. With reference to effect of green house gases, Which of the following is/are true? 1. Changes to plant growth and nutrition levels 2. Ozone depletion 3. Smog pollution
PRACHI GUPTA
9 months ago
these are some question try to find out the answers for them will give you the solution once you come up with your answers and definitely give you more questions.
PRACHI GUPTA
9 months ago
Q6. With reference to sources of water pollution, which of the following is/are true? 1. Natural sources 2. Domestic sources 3. Agricultural sources 4. Industrial sources Select the correct answer from the following codes a. Only 4 b. Only 2, 3 and 4 c. Only 3 and 4 d. 1,2, 3 and 4 Q7. Which of the following chemicals cause water pollution? 1. Arsenic 2. Copper 3. Zinc Select the correct answer from the following codes a. Only 1 b. Only 1 and 2 c. Only 2 and 3 d. 1,2 and 3 Q8. Which of the following pairs are correctly matched?     Pollutant                Disease 1. Arsenic                    Skin Cancer             2. Lead                    Itai – Itai 3. Cadmium                displexia Select the correct answer from the following codes a. Only 1 b. Only 1 and 2 c. Only 2 and 3 d. 1,2 and 3 Q9. Consider the following statements  1. The Biological Demand for oxygen is directly proportional to the quantity of discharge of waste in water bodies. 2. Increase in water temperature decreases dissolved oxygen in water which adversely affects aquatic life. Select the correct answer from the following codes a. Only 1 b. Only 2 c. Both 1 and 2 d. Neither 1 nor 2 Q10. With reference to Eutrophication, Which of the following is/are true? 1. It is phenomenon of nutrient enrichment of a water body 2.  It depletes the water of dissolved oxygen (DO). 3. Human activities are mainly responsible for the eutrophication Select the correct answer from the following codes a. Only 1 b. Only 1 and 2 c. Only 2 and 3 d. 1,2 and 3
  1. GENERAL GUIDELINES TO OVERCOME AIR POLLUTION BY PRACHI GUPTA


  2. INTRODUCTION . The air that we breathe today is full of toxic and hazardous pollutants. Pollution in the environment could leave Earth to lost its beauty and biodiversity. Each year millions of people die all around the world due to different pollution related problems. The key to live a healthy life is to identify the sources of air pollution and implement practical ways so that you can help stop air pollution.


  3. Air Pollution is not a joke. Air Pollution will make you choke


  4. . Use Public Transportation: do not Use your vehicle as much . Carpool and rideshare when you have the ability to do so and consider using public transportation. And anoth er best way is walking; that way, you aren't contributing to all of the issues that the air is already dealing with but it will be a great start for future.


  5. Do Regular Car Check Up: Its important for you to go for regular check up of your car to make sure it does not consume extra fuel. This will not only save you money but your car will also last longer and earth too . Keep Car Tires Properly Inflated: Car consume more fuel when tires are not properly inflated and aligned. Keeping them properly inflated will lessen your impact on the environment.


  6. Plant a Garden: Plant a garden that is going to give the air the nutrients that it needs to be cleaner. There are so many plants out there that will eat up the junk in the atmosphere. For eg. Peace lily, bamboo plant, spider plant. Use Low-VOC or Water-based Paints: Use paints that are based with water and not oil. The less oi products that we are using, the better off that we are going to contribute because that means less oil is being proauced overall


  7. Buy Green Electricity: Buy electricity generated from renewable energies i.e. hydroelectric, wind or solar power. Make use of Solar Energy: Consider using solar power instead of regular power. Solar power can save a ton of energy for you and, on top of that, it could also end up saving you a lot of cash in the long run as well.


  8. Use Natural Gas Instead of Charcoal: Use a propane or natural gas grill instead of charcoal. Then, you're not putting fossil fuels into the air, which can be incredibly detrimental to the world around you. Use a EPA Certified Woodstove: Use a EPA(Enivronmental protection agency) certified woodstove or fireplace instead of oil. Once again, the less oil you use, the better it is for the atmosphere.


  9. . Always Use Recyclable Products: Always use recyclable products if you have access to them and the ability to choose them. They take less power to make than other products. follow 3 R rule reduce, reuse, and recycle. Use Both Sides of Paper: Use both sides of a piece of aper. Otherwise, you're just being wasteful with the things that you are using. Reuse Paper Bags: Reuse paper bags; they work really well for almost anything you can imagine and they are recycled in the first place.


  10. Avoid Plastic Bags: They are made from oil products and they can hurt the environment because it takes them forever to decompose (and some never decompose).almost 14 million ton of plastic is found every year harming air and water Don't Use Hazardous Chemicals: If you're using materials that have a lot of chemicals and smell strongly, consider using them outside and/or not using them at all.