Acid Rain and the Effects on the Environment
Acid Rain is a term most all of us have heard of from time to time. But many of us know little about just what it is, or how it is caused. To tell you the truth I had no idea of what it was until I started researching for this report.
?Acid rain? refers to acids falling from the sky. The more appropriate or precise term used for acid rain is acid deposition. Acid deposition comes in two forms, wet and dry. Wet acid deposition is acidic rain, fog and snow, sleet or hail. Dry acid deposition refers to acidic particles or acidic gases.
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