The surface area of a rock has a big affect on the rate of weathering. The higher the surface area of the rock in proportion to its overall mass will result in a quicker rate of weathering of the rock.
more surface area= faster rate of weathering
How does slope affect the rate of weathering
Mechanical weathering increases the surface area that can be attacked by chemical weathering.
If you do a chalk experiment, you will find out that increasing the surface area speeds the rate of weathering. The reaction/weathering will happen quicker. Most people are doing this in science. Your welcome
it will also be a weathering whe the claca goes to church
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The relationship between surface area and weathering rate is directly proportional. The rate of weathering is directly influenced by the surface area exposed.
When rocks are larger, the surface area is more exposed making the rate of weathering greater.
They are surface area,rock composition, and climate
Define mechanical weathering using your own words.
The rate of weathering also depends on the surface area that is exposed. Mechanical weathering breaks rocks into smaller pieces. As the pieces get smaller, their surface area increases. When this happens, there is more total surface area available for chemical weathering. The result is that weathering has more of an effort on smaller particles.
a rock would have a lower rate of weathering when it has more surface area exposed to weathering.
A. Surface Area B. Rock Composition C. Climate
It would increase the rate of chemical weathering due to the increase in surface area that becomes available to attack from chemical reactions.
The rate of a reaction is affected by surface area, concentration, and temperature.
factors that affect the rate of mechanical weathering?
The rate if weathering in a rock is determined by surface area, temperature, moisture and chemical composition. Surface area effects the rate because weathering occurs on the surface of the rock; therefore a whole rock will weather slower than that same rock in fragments. Temperature and moisture (climate) effect the rate, because weathering is both chemical reactions (hydrolysis, etc) involving water, who's speed is controlled by how warm the system is, and by physical weathering, often involving water (freeze-that etc). The chemical composition is in reference to how stable the rock is in s given environment, and is indicated by Bowman's Reaction Series.
The rate of combustion directly proportional to the surface area of combining naterials
Surface area affect the reaction rate because the contact between finely divided particles is improved.
The larger the surface area is, the higher the rate of evapouration.
Temperature and humidity affect the rate of weathering.
Of two rocks with the same composition, texture and porosity, there are multiple factors affecting their rate of weathering. Generally speaking, however, smaller rocks would tend to be mechanically weathered more quickly because they are more prone to transportation by the agents of erosion. This transportation by wind, water and ice exposes the smaller rock to more abrasion and fracture which quickens its rate of weathering. Chemical weathering also occurs more quickly in the smaller rock, as the rate of chemical weathering is directly related to the relationship of surface area to a rock's volume. The higher the surface area in proportion to mass, the quicker the rate of weathering; thus the smaller rock would weather faster.
Surface area affects collision rate because the larger the surface area the more air resistance is acting on it, therefor a larger surface area can slow down collision rate.
Surface area affects the rate of cooling because the larger the exposed surface, the quicker heat will be released.