Is pollutant an adjective?
No, it is not an adjective. Pollutant is a noun. Polluted would be an adjective.
a sentence for pollutant is the pollutant in the air is created from mostly car smoke isar
You spelled it right, it is pollutant.
An example of a primary pollutant is a modern landfill. an example of a primary pollutant would be hydrogen fluoride. an example of primary pollutant in naure is dust and sea salt
Yes, it is a primary pollutant
Yes, in the troposphere, ozone is a pollutant.
the opposite of a persistant pollutant.
No. Hydrocarbon is a Primary pollutant.
Ozone at ground level is a pollutant. It is called as secondary pollutant because it mixes with other gases.
how dose the pollutant hamrful to the ecosystem
because the pollutant is something that pollutes so it pollutes like an air like a plane
A lot of substances are not air pollutant. You must specify which kind of substance do you refer as a probable air pollutant.
One verb of the word "pollutant" is the word "pollute".
A pollutant is a waste material that pollutes air, water or Soil
The primary air pollutant is dust and smoke.
that's a pollutant word
Carbon monoxide is himself a pollutant.
No, Ozone is not a primary pollutant, it is a pollutant near ground level. However, it keeps many ultraviolet rays from reaching the Earth.
No, it is not. Ozone is a pollutant only in the troposphere.
The pollutant is acid rain
An air pollutant is a substance which causes direct pollution of the air.
yes this is a pollutant because it effect our heart beating
Carbon monoxide is a major pollutant in urban areas.
Yes, it is. But only ground ozone is pollutant.
Argon is a noble gas and is a non pollutant part of our atmosphere.
The ozone at ground level is a pollutant. It acts as a secondary pollutant.
The council tried to find the source of the pollutant in the water.
secondary pollutant. deals with oxygen in air
Ozone is a pollutant. It is at ground level a pollutant.
Carbon dioxide is the air pollutant that most concerns Americans.
Describing a primary pollutant, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) states it is "emitted into the atmosphere directly from the source of the pollutant and retains the same chemical form."
what concentration of the pollutant damages the body
car exhaust is anair pollutant.
the pollutant that is formed is, Carbon Monoxide
primary pollutant ex.vehicle exhaust volcanic ash industrial emissions
The pollutant responsible for the increase in skin cancer are cfc's.
Yes. A primary pollutant is emitted directly into the atmosphere.
Ozone at the ground level acts as a pollutant. It also accounts for the greenhouse effect.
no, not really. acid rain has pollutants in it, but acid rain itself is not a pollutant
Volcanic gases and ash are two examples of secondary pollutant
The ozone at ground is a secondary pollutant. It is also called bad ozone.
The tropospheric ozone is a pollutant. It is also called bad ozone.
Water pollution can be pollutant if the polluted water floods to places of human residences.
Radon is an indoor air pollutant that can be a warning to home owners.
Yes, fertilizer can be a pollutant. Specifically, fertilizer becomes a pollutant in terms of water. Excess applications can run off in rain events. They end up in streams where they cause nitrogen blooms.
those pollutant,likemost of clothes,dead bodies,etc.,that can be decompose by microorganism in due period are called biodegradable pollutant....non-biodegradable pollutant are vise-versa
There are too many possible pollutants to give a satisfactory answer to your question. Salt is not a pollutant in cooking, but it is in drinking water. Carbon dioxide is not a pollutant when we breathe it in and out, but it is a serious pollutant in the atmosphere.
Ozone is considered to be the most common air pollutant in the United States.
"lead" is the air pollutant that decreased most in 1970 to 1991.
secondary pollutant because of the it extracts a gas / smoke that contributed to global warming .