Figure 2-1, which is a schematic of the photochemical smog mechanism. Ozone production occurs as a result of a series of reactions initiated by the oxidation of VOCs or CO by the hydroxyl radical (OH). For example,
where RH represents a generic hydrocarbon (or VOC), R is a hydrocarbon
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