Atmospheric carbon chemically dissolving into rain
Carbon does not dissolve in rainwater. Carbon dioxide, a gas, reacts with water to form carbonic acid which is natural in tiny amounts, but when carbon dioxide levels rise, more to react makes rainwater abnormally acid – acid rain. (Other polluting oxides such as nitric oxide and sulfur dioxide to the same thing.)
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