How is acid formed in nature?

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    Organic acids are acids found naturally in several living things, and can include citric acid, acetic acid, lactic acid, and oxalic acid.  These acids are found in fruit, vineger, buttermilk, and tomatos respectively.  Acid rain is a phenomenon in which chemicals and pollutants collect in the atmosphere and form acidic compounds that then fall back to the earth during rain.  

    There are several types of acids that occur naturally and each one has a different formation process.

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