Chemical weathering

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Chemical weathering is the chemical decomposition of geological material (e.g., rocks, soil parent material) by a variety of chemical process like oxidation, hydrolysis, and carbonation. Chemical weathering alters the chemistry of the weathered material, whereas physical weathering does not.


Reference

  • Wikipedia Waethering [1]



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