precipitation with a pH less than 5.6 (the pH of normal tap water) that forms in the atmosphere when certain pollutants mix with water vapor. The major sources of acid rain pollutants are sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions from fossil fuel-burning power plants and motor vehicles.
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