Acid rain has elevated levels of hydrogen ions, and is mainly caused by emissions of sulfur, nitrogen, and carbon which react with atmospheric water molecules to produce acids.
Acid rain is composed of sulfur dioxide that has been released into the atmosphere either by fossil fuel burning, smelting of metals, volcanic activity or hot springs activity. The sulfur dioxide reacts with clouds, composed of H20 and creates H2SO4, commonly known as acid rain.
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