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We all heard about the infamous smog but did you ever wonder what it is actually made of? Is it an opaque gas? A solid? Or maybe a liquid? In the experiment, we will investigate the matter by trapping some of the smog in a glass jar. The density of the smog outside is (hopefully!) too low for our experiment, so we will create some of our own by putting a candle in a closed jar. 

Prior Knowledge Requirements

- getting to know the topic of atmospheric pollution
- understanding how the size of aerosol particles affects their behavior in the atmosphere
- obtaining basic information about health hazards related to the phenomenon of smog

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