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The natural source of acidity in rain water is _____. carbonic acid sulfuric acid nitric acid all of the above
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User: The natural source of acidity in rain water is _____. carbonic acid sulfuric acid nitric acid all of the above

Weegy: ALL OF THE ABOVE. The natural source of acidity in rain water are carbon dioxide, nitric oxide and sulfur dioxide.
Totoro|Points 50|

User: Rainwater is always acidic. True False

Weegy: Rainwater is always acidic. TRUE.


User: Which of the following water samples would be considered acidic? pH = 8.0 pH = 6.0 pH = 7.0 pH = 10.0

Weegy: pH = 6.0 would be considered acidic.
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User: Acid causes metals to _____. dissolve corrode ignite combust

Weegy: Acid causes metals to corrode.



User: What aquatic species is the least susceptible to acid rain? (Refer to the chart in the lesson to answer this question.) trout mayflies frogs bass

Weegy: Trout is the least susceptible to acid rain.
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User: The normal pH of surface sea water is _____. 5.0 6.0 7.0 9.0

Weegy: The normal pH of surface sea water is 7.0.



User: Due to ocean acidification, some localized areas of the ocean _____. are acidic are neutral are increasing their pH are decreasing their pH

Weegy: Due to ocean acidification, some localized areas of the ocean - are decreasing their pH.
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User: The wide variety of color observed in a coral bed is due to the presence of bacteria. True False

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