What Are Chemical Changes In Non-living Things?


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Air and water are  resources that are also affected by chemical changes,poisonous gases emitted by factories, by motor vehicles, and through and through some human activities mix with these resources producing acid rain....Acid rain is formed when rains combined with sulfur and nitrogen oxides in the air.Acid rain falls to earth bringing harm to living and non-living things.
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Rust. When something is rusting, it reacts to only oxygen and the moisture on the metal (which contains iron). Since the oxygen and moister is not living, it must be in a non-living enviroment because they are non-living objects and things.  (:

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