Acid Rain

What is Acid rain? It is a rainfall made acidic by pollution found in the atmosphere. The main cause of acid rain is the industrial burning of coal and other fossil fuels that combined with atmospheric water to form acid. Acid rain has elevated levels of hydrogen ions and can have a harmful effect on plants, animals and people. Liquids with the pH of less than 7 are acidic and those with a pH greater than 7 are alkaline.

What causes acid rain?  Acid rain is caused by human beings. Sulfur and nitrogen compounds from generating electricity and from motor vehicles on the number one source of acid rain.

Acid Rain Games

Acid Rain Jungle Adventure

Hands-on activity for kids: Effects of Acid Rain

Air Pollution Game

Air Pollution Attack Game

Find the PH of That Acid or Base Game

Classroom Activity: Figure out the pH Game

Acids and Bases

pH Scale Games

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Practice Using the Law of Conservation of Mass

Chemistry balancing chemical equation quiz

Balancing Chemical Equations and Chemistry quiz

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Homogeneous or Heterogeneous fun quiz game

Chemical Compound Conundrum Game

Chemicals Chemicals Everywhere! Math Game

Exploring atomic bonds game

Elemental Sorting on the Periodic Table game

Solids Liquids or Gases atomic structure game

Protons Neutrons and Electrons Game

Build an Atom Game

Science Games

Atomic Structure Games

Periodic Table Games

Chemistry Games

Flash Games

Virtual Laboratory Acids and Bases Game Figure out the PH

Chemical equation game

Compounds and Chemistry game

Transition Metals Chemistry Game