Acid Rain Investigation

Acid Rain Investigation
Acid Rain Investigation
Acid Rain Investigation
Acid Rain Investigation
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This is a fun experiment to see the effects of acid rain on plants. It uses different concentrations of vinegar water to mimic acid rain. This lessons helps students understand how our actions impact the environment.

"Acid rain is caused by a chemical reaction that begins when compounds like sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides are released into the air. These substances can rise very high into the atmosphere, where they mix and react with water, oxygen, and other chemicals to form more acidic pollutants, known as acid rain.

Human activities are the main cause of acid rain. Over the past few decades, humans have released so many different chemicals into the air that they have changed the mix of gases in the atmosphere. Power plants release the majority of sulfur dioxide and much of the nitrogen oxides when they burn fossil fuels, such as coal, to produce electricity. In addition, the exhaust from cars, trucks, and buses releases nitrogen oxides and sulfur dioxide into the air. These pollutants cause acid rain."

-from EPA's website www3.epa.gov

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Purchase our PBS Rhode Island episodes on vimeo.com. Find us by searching for Catch the Science Bug! Great for grades K-3 but adults will learn new things while watching too!!

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