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Most rain is naturally acidic because of the carbon dioxide (CO2) in the air that dissolves with rainwater and forms a weak acid. This kind of acid in the rain is good because it helps dissolves minerals in the soil that both plants and animals need. Recently there has been some concern that the acidity of rain caused by man has increased over the last few decades...
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Most rain is naturally acidic because of the carbon dioxide (CO2) in the air that dissolves with rainwater and forms a weak acid. This kind of acid in the rain is good because it helps dissolves minerals in the soil that both plants and animals need. Recently there has been some concern that the acidity of rain caused by man has increased over the last few decades...
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