Title: Acid Rain
|Date:||August 16, 2006|
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sources of acids and bases in the
atmosphere may lower or raise the pH of
unpolluted rain. However, when rain
contains pollutants, especially sulfur dioxide
and nitrogen oxides, the rain water can
become very acidic.
Acid rain does not account for all of the
acidity that falls back to earth from
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About half the acidity in the
atmosphere falls back to the earth through
dry deposition as gases and dry particles.
The wind blows these acidic particles and
gases onto buildings, cars, homes and
trees. In some instances, these gases and
particles can eat away the things on which
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