Do different chemicals cause different colored smog?



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    Yes. Nitrogen Dioxide coupled with hydrocarbons or aerosols can produce a reddish to brown color in smog. The color also depends on how light is absorbed by the nitrogen dioxide. Colors can range from yellowish, to reddish-green, to brown when nitrogen dioxide is present.

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