JUSTIFICATION Air pollution is very important for everyone because it affects the environment from the controls this

problem is also of great interest since many of us do we realize how serious it is polluting the air for this reason we decided to invest igate and disclose in detail the main causes and consequences that it generates, so that people are informed so they can reduce the problem before it grows, it must be emphasized that we ourselves are affected by causing all kinds of pollut ion but there are few people who even care about the environment so we want to i ntegrate more to this that everyone will take the necessary precautions regardin g contamination that exist in the world, because one of many. It is produced as a result of the release of toxic substances. Air pollution can cause disorders such as burning eyes and nose, irritation and itching of the th roat and breathing problems. Under certain circumstances, some chemicals found i n polluted air can cause cancer, birth defects, brain damage and nervous system disorders and lung damage and airways. A certain level of concentration and afte r a certain exposure time, certain air pollutants are extremely dangerous and ca n cause serious disturbances and even death. OB subjectivity OS - Tr r ties that make conscientious persons per ia of the cau ses that produce the contaminated air Minaca l ion e. pr omo see that society at least contam ine pos ible. you avoid - Or per iEnter to dream about and what is left of carbon dioxide o. Ving APPROACH AIR OR GAS "impure or? The contam ination s s s m are each time they INAS pair to life everything is r viv or ell or have and that having all s cience conc damage us there s the same OS you humans must go to reducing Di Carbon oxide (CO 2): It is the main greenho use gas. It originates from the combustion of coal, oil and natural gas. In liqu id or solid produces burns, frostbite, and blindness. Inhalation is toxic if fou nd in high concentrations, can cause increased respiratory rate, fainting and ev en death. The polluted air Minaca l ion e is a pr ob slogans amb ientale s most im por tant, and the resulting graph s act iv ities of discharg e. l The orig ca u sas that this contam ination are inan er div sas, or per ma yor ind pr ice is ovoce by the act iv ities indu st ria them, eating CIALE s, tamed and ag ropecua ria st ic s. The combu st emp lead ion pair to obtain ca lor, ar ener gy gener e lectric mo ca vim or ETSI or so is the pr oce emis sion of contam inant s most s ignif ica tiv o. Ex isten otr activ ities as s, as the fund tal andthe ición s pr oduction of us Im qu ic s importance, which may or pr ovoce the deteriorating there or lime l ity of air and if they rea without contr ol li zan whatsoever. The e pur air or a mix cla ga museums consisting of a nitrogen or 78%, 21% oxyge n and 1% of fer di s ta sto composite bodies as they ar gon, carbon dioxide and ozone. In it we tend to contam ination lmost four sph erical atmo cambi r equi lib or river of this s component s, l cua alter the s p r op iAge fi if cas and chemical re ai s mica. The cla s s princ ipal if fied in : PRIMA RIO S: Are those who were housed in the atmosphere per fer to as emi fue r Tido s on the source. Par eval late lime ued l ity of re al sider is with an: s oxide and sulfur, carbon monoxide gone, nitrogen oxide, hydr ocarbur cula you and pair you s. DARIO S SEC A: They are what they have is graph s ethos to chang shoo Im qu ic ios, or are the pr oduct ion reacc of two or more pollutants nant es IMAR pr io s in the atmosphere fer a. In the of tr and the oxidising s s Stac e Im fotoqu and some radicals ic cor s for co mo ta tion existing ozone. A natio nal or l vel, atmospheric pollu ion Minaca ica is lim ita s the area s high dens ity g Rafic demo or indu str ial. The ones where annual emission of pollutant s

them in the pa Ís are superi or is my lion s 16 ton s, out of which 65% were t he original gene is lar ICU veh. In the City of Mex ico is generated 23.6% of De cember has em is s ions, in Guadalajara jar to 3.5%, and contam inant de l air a nd is R King Monte 3%. The centr you I otr industrial coun tri s ale s of gener an 70% res tant. The clean air is a gas mixture composed of 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen and 1% of di fferent compounds such as argon, carbon dioxide and ozone. Air pollution is defi ned as any change in the balance of these components, which alter the physical a nd chemical properties of air.€The temperature of the Earth's atmosphere varies with altitude. The main air pollutants are classified into a) Primary: These ar e those who remain in the atmosphere as they were issued by the source. For purp oses of evaluating air quality are considered: sulfur oxides, carbon monoxide, n itrogen oxides, hydrocarbons and particulates. B) Secondary: There are those who have been subject to chemical changes, or are the product of the reaction of tw o or more primary pollutants in the atmosphere. These include photochemical oxid ants and some short-lived radicals such as ozone. Nationally, air pollution is l imited to areas of high population density or industrial. Annual emissions of po llutants in the country are over 16 million tonnes, of which 65% is of vehicular origin. In Mexico City generates 23.6% of such emissions, 3.5% in Guadalajara, Monterrey and 3%. Other industrial centers generate the remaining 70%. The measurement of air pollutants is given in parts per million (ppm) or mg/m3. One part per million denotes one particle of a certain substance in another subs tance 999.999. In terms of ma sa, 1 milligram in a kilogram is 1 ppm by mass (1 mg is one-thousandth of a gram, 1 gram a thousandth of a kg and therefore repres ents one millionth 1 mg kg). In terms of volume men, one milliliter one cubic me ter represents 1 ppm by volume (1 ml (or one cubic centimeter) is one thousandth of a liter, and 1 liter a thousandth of a cubic meter). For most gases (with be havior similar to ideal gas) that amounts to mol / mol based on molecules (not a toms). In terms of ma sa / v olume for dilute aqueous solutions (ppm w / v or pp m m / v) 1 liter weighs about 1 kg, then 1 mg per liter (1 mg / L) is equivalent to approximately 1 ppm. In numbers of particles or mo le s, 1 micromole per mol e can also be called 1 ppm. [[Notes: 1 part per billion is equivalent to the U.S . unit 1 ppb (part per billion), since 1 billion = 1 x 109 EU. In Mexico, 1 ppb should be a party to a million million (1 x 1012). The guide for the use of the international system of units of the U.S., suggests that the terms in parts per, are not acceptable for use with the international system (SI), and suggests the use of moles, for example: 1 micromole / mole = 1 ppm. It is also worth recalling that the definition (19011964) of 1 liter was the volume of 1 kg of pure water at max imum density (4 ° C) and standard pressure, currently 1 liter volume in 1 dm3.] ]. Contaminants can also be measured by mass (grams) per volume (liters or cubic meters) and is common to find concentrations of mg or mg/m3. The equivalence be tween ppmv to mg/m3 is expressed in the following relationship, where the averag e temperature is 20 or 25 º C (using K + 273.15 ° C, 1 atmosphere pressure (10 1.325 kPa), M is the molecular weight of the substance pollutant (dimensionless) . Into xicación by sun ga ina: Signs and symptoms: incoordination, restlessness, agitation, confusion, disorientation, ataxia, delirium, coma (similar to ethanol intoxication). Aliphatic hydrocarbons Eat: Deep, deep reflexes are weak or abse nt. Eat aromatic hydrocarbons: motor restlessness, tremors and agitation, hypera ctive reflexes. NDI Metr OPOL ice Itano of Ca re lity Ai (IME CA). It is a refer ence value for the public about pollution levels prevailing in their area of res idence, and take appropriate measures to protect and from the first of July 1998 , broadcasts 24 hours a day to different electronic media and through print and

electronic displays located in the main cruise Mexico City. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK Carbon dioxide is an air pollutant which