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The nomal rain water is slightly acidic in nature with pH value 5.6. When pH of rain water becomes as low as 2 to 3.5, it becomes acid rain. It is due to addition of CO2, NO2 and SO2 present in air. They form acids when combine with rain water and lowers the pH of rain water.
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