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Physical Vs Chemical Weathering.[print questions]

Halite in rocks dissolving in water
a) Physical / Mechanical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

air, water and salt rusting car parts
a) Physical / Mechanical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

potholes forming in winter
a) Physical / Mechanical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

rocks falling and breaking
a) Physical / Mechanical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

minerals dissolving in water
a) Physical / Mechanical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

decaying plants dissolving minerals
a) Physical / Mechanical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

More rapid in cool climates
a) Physical / Mechanical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

Metal furniture rusting
a) Physical / Mechanical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

animals burrowing
a) Physical / Mechanical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

Carbonic acid dissolving limestone
a) Physical / Mechanical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

The wedging of tree roots along natural joints in granite
a) Mechanical/Physical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

Limestone dissolved by carbonic acid
a) Mechanical/Physical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

The oxidation of minerals that contain iron
a) Mechanical/Physical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

Animals burrowing
a) Mechanical/Physical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

Repeated freeezing and thawing of water that cracks rock
a) Mechanical/Physical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

The action of water, salt and air on car parts
a) Mechanical/Physical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

Acids from plant roots that break up rock
a) Mechanical/Physical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

Formation of potholes
a) Mechanical/Physical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

Raised sections of sidewalks along tree lined streets
a) Mechanical/Physical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

Small rocks falling from a cliff
a) Mechanical/Physical
b) Chemical
c)
d)

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