How Is Acid Rain Produced?


Acid rain is formed when sulfur, nitrogen and carbon from the industrial waste get mixed with the water molecules in the atmosphere. It makes the water more acidic and cause acid rain.
Q&A Related to "How Is Acid Rain Produced"
Acid rain is a made up primarily of sulfur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxides (NOx). Acid rain forms when these gases react with the water, oxygen and other chemicals in the atmosphere
Acid rain is a result of air pollution. When any type of fuel is burnt, lots of different chemicals are produced so that is how it is produced loads of differant chemicals are out
1. When it is forecast to rain, place the beaker outside and collect about 5 ml of the rainwater. 2. Detach a strip of the hydrion pH paper. 3. Holding one end of the pH paper strip
Acid rain can result from natural sources (volcanoes, decaying vegetation) and manmade
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