Is acid rain red?
One easy way that you can measure pH is with a strip of litmus paper. When you touch a strip of litmus paper to something, the paper changes color depending on whether the substance is acidic or basic. If the paper turns red, the substance is acidic, and if it turns blue, the substance is basic.
How do you know if its acid rain?
To know if a sample of rain is “acid rain” we need to measure the concentration of hydrogen ions in the sample. Hydrogen ions are produced when any acidic substance is dissolved in water. The solutions of some substances, like carbon dioxide in the air, are weakly acidic.
What is the pH Colour of acid rain?
Normal rain has a pH of about 5.6; it is slightly acidic because carbon dioxide (CO2) dissolves into it forming weak carbonic acid. Acid rain usually has a pH between 4.2 and 4.4.
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