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Smoke Plumes, Air pollution, Energy, Long range pollution transport, Acid rain, Rain, Questions and Answers, Answers, Global change
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|Title: Answer 031|
Concept: Rainfall is naturally slightly acidic (pH= 5.6) due to the air's carbon dioxide. But vast amounts of sulfur dioxide dumped into the air in fossil fuel burning regions converts rain into a weak sulfuric acid.
Detail: 031A See also the companion Question Slide: type 031A into the search space on the left side of the screen and press the "search" button.