Sulphur dioxide and acid rain
Updated: 7/7/2020
Sulphur dioxide and acid rain
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for chemistry

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  • Sulphur dioxide
  • Without acid rain: soil, lakes, animals and trees would all be healthy
  • Sulphur dioxide
  • Fossil fuels are burnt in power stations to make electricity
  • Fossil fuels like coal contain impurities such as sulphur which makes sulphur dioxide when burnt
  • Sulphur dioxide dissolves in rain water to make acid rain, very dangerous
  • Warning:Acid rain
  • Acid rain falls. It makes soil and lake acidic. It kills plants and animals.
  • We can reduce this by burning less fossil fuels eg in cars and to make electricity
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