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21 May, 01:45

What fossil fuel causes acid rain?

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  1. 21 May, 04:23
    When coal is burned the sulfur combines with oxygen and the sulfur oxides are released to the atmosphere. Sulfur dioxide (SO2) becomes sulfur trioxide (SO3) when reacting with oxygen in the air. This reacts with water molecules in the atmosphere to form sulfuric acid, a strong mineral acid. This makes rain acidic.
  2. 21 May, 04:38
    I think coal causes acid rain. All of the fossil fuels do.
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