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Acid rain is created when pollutants are trapped in clouds and stored until they are released again as rain somewhere else. The components commonly associated with acid rain are volatile organic compounds like the vapors from gasoline, industrial chemicals such as benzene, tetrachloroethylene, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and other solvents. Originally acid rain was considered to be a result of excessive coal burning but has now also been attributed to cars. Some of the components of acid rain can come from natural sources but the majority comes from industrial processes.
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