A chemical or agent present in the atmosphere that may contribute to climate change or become hazardous to human health.
|abbreviation||Text||A common abbreviation for the Pollutant.|
|casRegistryCode||Integer||The unique identifier assigned to a chemical by the American Chemical Society.|
|chemicalFormula||Text||The chemical formula expression for the Pollutant.|
|emissionMetricList||Collection||A list of emission metrics reporting emissions of the Pollutant.|
|estimationMethodologyList||Collection||A list of estimation methodologies used to measure emissions of the Pollutant.|
|family||Text||The grouping of similar pollutants the chemical in which the chemical is classified: HFC, PFC, VOCs, NOx, SOx.|
|gwpValueList||Collection||A list of global warming potential values assigned to the Pollutant by GHG inventories.|
|inventoryList||Collection||A list of inventories that report emissions of the Pollutant.|
|title||Text||The common name of the Pollutant.|
|url||Url||The Url of an authoritative source of information about the Pollutant.|
A Pollutant will relate to each Inventory that includes reporting of the pollutant. This relationship defines the pollutant boundary of the Inventory.
Within the graph of a GHG Inventory, each Pollutant object will relate to a single GwpValue object.
Within the graph of a GHG Inventory, each Pollutant object may relate to multiple EmissionMetric objects, including both atomic EmissionMetric objects reporting emissions for a specific combination of Pollutant, SourceCategory, EstimationMethodology, and geographic boundary, and additive emission metric objects reporting pollutant-specific emission totals for a SourceCategory, or an entire Inventory.
A Pollution object will relate to each EstimationMethodology that estimates the emission or removal of the Pollutant.
A Pollutant object is a static dimension of unchanging information intended to be reused by multiple inventories.