10.5 Rainwater Is Acidic

Acid Rains and Basic Oceans

Rainwater is naturally acidic because of atmospheric carbon dioxide, which reacts with water to form carbonic acid. Water, reacting with airborne pollutants, creates acid rain, which is responsible for billions of dollars of structural, environmental, and health damage each year. Duration: 8:32.

Rainwater Is Acidic

KM: Removing Eggshell

Ian and Reece join Kai and Maile in a home project good for all ages. Duration: 2:36.

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