Biology Environmental Science

Acid in the Rain Water

In this article we will discuss Acid in the Rain Water

Acid in the Rain Water

Acid rain problem is a result of anthropogenic activities. Most acids come from cars, homes, industries and power stations but some share is contributed by natural sources such as volcanoes, swamps and planktons. The acid problem is basically associated with the transport and subsequent deposition of oxides of sulphur, nitrogen and their oxidative
products. These are produced by combustion of fossil fuels, power plants, automobile exhausts and domestic fires etc.


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