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The rain that occurs after a volcano erupts would most likely be acidicbasicneutral

Ralph Lopez

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Roger Moore on February 14, 2019

The answer is acid. only becomes neutral when it falls to the ground, which is alkaline. Rain is naturally acidic, but what makes it even more acid are the acid gases produced by the nature of the acid, such as volcanoes (sulfur dioxide is produced by volcanic eruptions). When they erupt, the smoke that comes out of the crater is full of acidic gases.Oxides of nitrogen can also be produced naturally by lightning.

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