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How Acid Rain Forms

Pollutants from a source of pollution drift up to the atmosphere. Once in the atmosphere, the pollutants combine with moisture to form acid rain. The acid rain is collected in a cloud and will be released when it rains. The pollutants used in this example are the two pollutants that cause acid rain: oxides of sulfur and oxides of nitrogen.

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