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Give a reason why sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides are produced in petrol engines.

Sulfur dioxide is produced due to the sulfur within the petrol (crude oil) reacting with the oxgen in the air, this produces S02.

Nitrogen oxide is produced due to the very high temperatures inside the petrol engine causing nitrogen and oxygen to react producing NO

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