What Is the Difference between Primary and Secondary Pollutants?

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A primary pollutant is an air pollutant emitted directly from a source. A secondary pollutant is not directly emitted but forms when other pollutants (primary pollutants) react in the atmosphere. These two constitute air pollution which is the introduction of chemicals, particulate matter, or biological materials into the atmosphere.
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