Acid rain threatens and damages the ecosystem. It can stunt the growth of trees, change the acidity of the water and causes toxic substances to be released from the soil, harming many aquatic animals and living things. I... More »

The Virtual Chembook of Elmhurst College explains that acid rain considerably increases the rate of corrosion on marble, sandstone and limestone buildings. Sulfur dioxide and water forms sulfurous acid, and sulfur trioxi... More »

Acid rain can be simulated with as little as some distilled water, matches with high sulfur content and a glass jar that can be sealed shut with a lid. If the simulated acid rain is for a science project, adding bromothy... More »

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Acid rain can be simulated with as little as some distilled water, matches with high sulfur content and a glass jar that can be sealed shut with a lid. If the simulated acid rain is for a science project, adding bromothy... More »

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Acid rain can be prevented by saving energy, using less transportation, and switching to alternative energy sources. Reducing fossil fuel consumption stops acid rain before it begins. More »

Plants exposed to acid rain can be damaged, leaving them vulnerable to disease, as well as having their growth hindered, even to the point of death in small plants. Acid rain is a result of air pollution when sulfur diox... More »

Acid rain occurs when compounds such as sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides are released into the air, causing a chemical reaction. These compounds mix and react with water, oxygen and other chemicals to form acidic pollu... More »