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Question 12. How does carbon dioxide spread in the atmosphere?
Dr. Azadeh Tabazadeh: "Carbon dioxide is not an air pollutant, so, you just breathe it in and breathe it out, and thats what makes these compounds kind of dangerous because if it doesnt react with your body, it doesnt react quickly in the atmosphere, so it has a chance to globally to get globally distributed in the atmosphere. For example, if you tag a carbon dioxide molecule thats coming out of your car, you know, you tag it as a red color a few months later you can find that molecule all the way in the South Pole. So, if a molecule has a long lifetime in the atmosphere, then it gets globally distributed. And these types of molecules are the ones that cause the global problems."
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