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The pollutants in the air are:              

A

melting white marbles of Taj Mahal.

B

discoloring white marbles of Taj Mahal.

C

forming cracks in the marbles of Taj Mahal.

D

all of above

Answer

Since the area in which Taj Mahal is located is surrounded by many industries and factories, they emit a great amount of pollutants into the atmosphere, They even release toxic and acidic components in the near by water bodies. The pollutants in air are discoloring the white marbles of Taj Mahal due to acidic corrosion (caused by the oxides of non-metals like sulfur and nitrogen).

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