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  1. Secondary pollutants are formed by the interaction of primary pollutants and atmospheric components.
  2. Reactions take place in the presence of sunlight and produce secondary pollutants.
  3. Examples: Smog, Fog, PAN (Peroxy acetyl nitrate) along with ozone forms photo chemical smog.
  4. Secondary pollutants are more harmful than primary pollutants.
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