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The fine particles are mostly made from gases. There are four major origins for that gases which are responsible for these particles: rock (vaporized during combustion or casting), carbon from combustion, organic carbon, sulfates and nitrates. Take sulphur dioxide. It is created during engine combustion, but when it climbs into the atmosphere and mixes with rain it will become sulphuric acid. We all probably know very well what that will do- since it is highly corrosive and dangerous in concentration. * Heredity - Everyone receives genes from other parents and grandparents. Almost everyone that has an anxiety disorder carries a parent, grandparent, or other relative with anxiety syndromes of some type. In cases where the little one becomes separated from your parent from a young age, certain characteristics will surface which are like those of the parent. This indicates that the disorders aren't solely determined by life experiences as some have though. Clinical studies substantiate the pass-down-system of hysteria.