It depends on the amount of pollutants in the atmosphere. There is always an amount of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere, and this causes a mild form of acid rain everywhere, so all rain is somewhat acidic.
More extreme acid rain occurs from unregulated emissions from factories and power plants.
Acid rain is formed by the contamination of normal rain with acid gases (NOx or SO2) to form nitrous or sulfurous acids.
Only acid rain, normal rain does not contain acid.
normal rain- 5.6 acid rain- 3 to 4
Nearly all rain contains acid. Acid rain is noted form being abnormally acidic. Normal rain contains small amounts of carbonic acid, a weak acid. Acid rain is contaminated with unusual amounts of nitric and sulfuric acid, which are strong acids.
Acid rain is no more radioactive than normal rain.
Yes. Normal rain is mildly acidic. Acid rain is unusually acidic. Rain with a pH of 5.7 or less is considered acid rain.
Yes, Acid rain is rain with higher than normal levels of nitric and sulfuric acid.
Normal rain is slightly acidic but it occurs naturally, as oppose to acid rain caused by air pollution
Acid rain is more harmful than the ordinary rain.Acid rain consists of the varried forms of precipitation that have made acid by absorbing pollutants in the air.Ordinary or normal rain is a product of water cycle.
Acid rain is rain that is unusually acidic due to higher than normal concentrations of nitric and sulfuric acid.
Clean rain has a ph of 5.6, while the ph of acid rain is 4.2-4.4.
Acid rain is made from chemicals in the air mixing with water in the air. This makes the rain more acidic then normal rain.
Acid rain is more acidic than normal rain. This is immediately obvious from the term.Acid rain is neither gaseous or radioactive. It simply has a lower pH.
Acid rain is rain or any form of precipitation that is unusually acidic.
CO2 plus water = carbonic acid. Sulfides (various ones) plus water = sulfuric acid. They mix with rain water to form "acid rain".
H2CO3 is a naturally occurring form of acid rain.
They corrode due to acid rain. Smoke from the factories dissolve in rain to form acid rain.
Acid rain forms when oxygen and nitrogen in the air mixes with sulfur oxides to form sulfuric acid, and that is the result
Acid rain looks like normal rain. You can't tell the difference except with a pH meter.
The rain that lands on the plants appears to burn through them or cause some sort of damage that is not normal of normal rain.