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Figure 7-8. Nitrogen Oxides from Combustion Sources

Nitrogen Oxides from Combustion Sources


Nitrogen oxides from combustion sources are chemically transformed in the troposphere, resulting in the formation of nitrogen compounds that are deposited on the ground. These compounds, in turn, give rise to emissions of nitrous oxide, a GHG.
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