Acid-rain meaning

The definition of acid rain is harmful rain, snow or other precipitation that has become dirty and polluted (and thus dangerous to the Earth) with chemicals due to pollution.
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On Organisms - Acid rain in the water can also wipe out entire species of organisms. Fish and other life forms in the water are extremely susceptible to acid rain.

An example of acid rain is rain near a coal factory that kills the plants around it.

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Acid precipitation falling as rain.
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Rain or other precipitation with a high concentration of acids produced by sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, and other such gases that result from the combustion of fossil fuels: it has a destructive effect on plant and aquatic life, buildings, etc.
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Direct contact - Can kill plant life depending on the plant’s sensitivity to acid.
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Rain which is unusually acidic (pH of less than the natural range of 5 to 6); caused mainly by atmospheric pollution with sulphur dioxide and nitrogen compounds.
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