Pure water has a pH of 7.0, while acid rain has a pH or 5.0 or less. The difference in pH would be 2.0 or greater, depending on how acidic the acid rain is.
Pure sulfuric acid is a clear liquid.
i think its a substance
since the acid in the rain is a corrosive (a liquid that will 'eat' through materials), the acid rain could accelerate the process of rusting on a car
when the rain has a pH of 4 and below. PH standing for the potential of hydrogen- the amount of acid in any liquid.
no,one is a liquid the other is a gas
Acetone is a pure organic liquid no acid or base is in it.
It depends on the acid. In most cases acids are used in the form of an aqueous solution, i.e. dissolved in water. In that case the solution is a liquid. However, in pure forms different acids can be in any of the three states. Hydrogen chloride, the pure form of hydrochloric acid, is a gas. Pure sulfuric acid is a liquid. Pure oxalic acid is a solid.
Yes, although it is different from acid rain on Earth. Earth's acid rain is water with small amounts of sulfuric and nitric acid. On Venus the rain is almost entirely sulfuric acid, with no liquid water. However, this rain evaporates before it reaches the ground.
Pure hydrochloric acid is a liquid in the room temperature and pressure.
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The acidity of the either type of rain depends on the concentration of acid discharge in that area. Liquid water can absorb more acid than snow although.
NO. Acid rain contains more acid which is very harmful to the earth - forests, water ways and trees etc. Even though normal rain water contains a little amount of acid, it has to have a pH (potential of hydrogen- the amount of acid in liquid) 4 and under to be considered as acid rain.
Pure water, like rain, does not conduct electricity. Some rain, though it may not be not pure water, and may be a little acid, or have dust in it, could conduct electricity a tiny amount.
Acid is not any single substance but a class of substances. There are many different types of acid. They can be solids (such as citric acid) liquids (such as acetic acid), or gasses (such as hydrochloric acid) in their pure forms. An acidic solution is a liquid as it consists of an acid dissolved in water.
Acid rain is acid rain.
Hydrochloric acid does not ionize unless it is added to water.
rain with acid
Yes, Acid rain is rain with higher than normal levels of nitric and sulfuric acid.
Only acid rain, normal rain does not contain acid.
carbonic acid rain and sulfuric acid rain
A pure liquid is a liquid that is not contaminated with any other compound. If water is pure water, then it is a pure liquid. However, shampoo is not a pure liquid.
i m guessing acid rain
no shampoo is not a pure liquid