Where does acid rai happen?

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Near big factories and power stations, so where a lot of fossil fuel is burned. A by-product of burning fossil fuels is sulfur dioxide. When sulfur dioxide dissolves in water droplets in clouds, it makes the rain more acidic than normal. This is called acid rain. 

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