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Day Max. 5 min. Los Angeles Year mean Max. day Max. 5 min. Philadelphia Year mean Max. day Max. 5 min. San Francisco Year mean Max. day Max. 5 min. St. Louis Year mean Max. day Max. 5 min. Washington Year mean Max. day Max. 5 min. 24 Carbon monoxide Hydrocarbons 12 27 60 3 6 20 6 17 49 Sulfur dioxide Concentrations in ppm. Not corrected for S 0 2 interference. Suspect nearby source. concentration of carbon monoxide in Los Angeles (19) and probably in other cities has a bimodal pattern during the day.
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