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What is acid rain?

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What is acid rain?
Acid rain is not a direct health risk to humans — at its strongest, it's about as acidic as lemon juice — but it is bad for forest, lake, and river ecosystems.
  • Rain that will burn your skin
  • Rain that is acidic due to air pollution
  • Rain that has a high pH level
  • Rain that will make you go bald
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  • tommy b. 1 year ago
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  • George J. 1 year ago
    You can have the equivalent of acid rain inside after a fire. Smoke is acidic and if the walls and ceiling are not promptly washed and repainted, that acidic smoke (low PH) combined with natural humidity will chemically react with plaster walls which are high PH, and the plaster will crumble. This happened a few years ago at our church after a fire. Quick response from our fire department stopped the fire before flames reached the roof and would have caused the whole building to collapse, but the repainting cost was almost $500,000 for a structure built in 1860 that is on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Jo Ann K. 1 year ago
    Rain or other precipitation that is acidic.
  • Allison B. 1 year ago
    Acid rain is the sensation you experience while urinating after having unsafe sex.
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