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Acid rain damage to building taken during NAME, North American Monsoon Experiment, June 2004. Primary sources of industrial pollution include emissions from power plants, smelters, and refineries, which pour oxides of sulfur and nitrogen, and other gases, into the atmosphere. There they react with moist air to become sulfuric and nitric acids, resulting in the formation of acid rain.