Smog stays in the air rather than settling on the ground in any solid form. However, smog tends to rest low in the atmosphere because it makes the air relatively dense.
Heavy smog can sometimes appear as a fog, so it does settle on ground level as well as in the air.Smog becomes part of ground level ozone. It is primarily made up of chemicals, including carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen dioxide, that react with sunlight. This is why areas that get more sun are more prone to the negative impacts of smog.
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