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Measurements on the pH scale rise greatly; a lake with a pH of 4 is ten times more acidic as a lake with a pH of 5, and a lake with a pH of 3 is 100 times more acidic. After many acid rain falls, the pH of a normal lake can go from 5.8 to 4. Acid Rain has been known to reach an acidity of a pH of 2, ( battery acid has a pH of 1 ) this is a drastic change, as normal rain has an average pH of 5...
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Acid Rain has been known to reach an acidity of a pH of 2, ( battery acid has a pH of 1 ) this is a drastic change, as normal rain has an average pH of 5.2. (Acid Rain) When acid rain falls, the acidic rainwater dissolves the nutrients and helpful materials from the soil. These minerals are then washed away before trees other plants can use them to grow...
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