What gases cause acid rain?
SULFURIC DIOXIDE AND NITROGEN OXIDES
Acid rains are caused by a chemical reaction that begins when compounds such as nitrogen oxides and sulfur dioxide are emitted into the air. These substances can rise extremely high in the atmosphere, where they are mixed and react with oxygen, water and other chemicals to form acidic pollutants called acid rain.
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