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Science Folio : Importance Of Maintaining Cleanliness Of The Air | Form 1

Science Folio : Importance Of Maintaining Cleanliness Of The Air | Form 1

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Published by: Amirul Ariff Ghazali on Oct 25, 2011
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SMK Dato’ Razali Ismail
Importance Of Maintaining Cleanliness Of The Air
Name: Muhammad Amirul Ariff Bin GhazaliSchool:
Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Dato’ Razali Ismail
Teacher’s name : Encik Mat Nasir Bin Deraman
First of all, I would like to express my appreciation toeveryone who had assist me with my Peka Science 2011 bywishing thank you to my Science teacher, Encik Mat Nasirfor his guidence in explaining how to do my Peka Science2011 entitled Importance of Maintaining Cleanliness of TheAir.The special thanks are alsobe given to my father andmother for their effort in teaching me how to downloadinformation from internet as well as their moral support. Ithink without their support, help and guidance, thisportfolio will not be able to meet it success.
The atmosphere of Earth is a layer of gases surrounding the planetEarth that is retained by Earth's gravity. The atmosphere protects life onEarth by absorbing ultraviolet solar radiation, warming the surface throughheat retention (greenhouse effect), and reducing temperature extremesbetween day and night.One of the most important factor drawing international attentionwhich is a dangerous threat to the ecosystem is AIR pollution. Theatmosphere, which makes up the largest fraction of the biosphere, is adynamic system that continuously absorbs a wide range of solids, liquids andgases from both natural and man made sources. These substances travelthrough air, disperse and react with one another and with other substancesboth physically and chemically. Most of these constituents, eventually findtheir depository such as the ocean, or to a receptor such as man. Variousamounts of contaminants continuously enter the atmosphere through bothnatural and man made processes present on the earth. That portion of thesesubstances which interacts with the environment to cause toxicity , disease ,aesthetic distress, physiological effects or environmental decay, has beenlabeled by man as a pollutant.Air pollution is the contamination of theatmosphere by any toxic orradioactive gases andparticulate matter as a result of human activity.Thereare 5 major air pollutants such as carbonmonoxide (CO), sulphur oxides (SO,SO2, SO3),particulates, hydrocarbons, and photochemicaloxidants.The composition of airThe average percentage of itscomponents by volumeNitrogen78%Oxygen21%Inert Gases & Others0.97%Carbon Dioxide0.03%

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