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Acid Rain is formed when rain reaches a pH level between 4.2 and 4.4. This happens when sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide react with water vapor in the atmosphere.
Cars and buildings release carbon dioxide and other pollutant chemicals into the atmosphere.
Sulfur Dioxide and Nitrogen Oxide emissions react with water vapor
Acid Rain falls from the sky in a different area
Acid Rain kills fish and tree leaves as well as causing damage to buildings and living tissue.
We can help prevent Acid Rain by decreasing our carbon footprint. In other words, walk instead of driving, don't smoke cigarettes, and move away from fossil fuels.
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