What are chemical rocks that grow put of solution formed by?
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How are mechanical and chemical weathering affected by plants?
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How is a regular sedimentary rock formed?
The rocks that form by physical processes are those that come from the breakdown of pre-existing rocks. After the older rocks are eroded, transporting agents such as water, wind, or ice move the particles. Rocks that form from particles being physically transported are called clastic rocksRocks that form by physical processes are those that come from the breakdown of pre-existing rocks.. Animals and/or plants make up some rocks. These are called biogenic sedimentary rocksRocks that are made from animals and/or plants.. Think about a pile of shells that you might find on a beach. If these shells became stuck together, they would be a sedimentary rock formed from animals. Crystals that crystallize out of solution form chemical sedimentary rocksRocks made from crystals that grow out of a solution.. Think about a pond of really salty water. Add a hot, dry climate to that scenario and the water goes away, but the salt (halite) stays behind.
What is chemical and biological weathering?
Chemical weathering is acid rain. If it rains onto carbonate rocks e.g. limestone, they undergo a chemical reaction. This breaks down the rock. Biological weathering is animals and plants. Rabbits burrow under rocks which weakens them. Tree roots grow through rocks and weaken them. Weak rock breaks up easily. Hope this helps x
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Asked in Igneous Rock
What rocks are igneous rocks?
Igneous rocks are formed deep inside Earth's crust (intrusive rocks) or at the surface (extrusive rocks). As molten rock (known as magma) below the surface cools, the liquid material begins to solidify into minerals of differing sizes and compositions. Generally, the longer the cooling time, the larger the mineral crystals can grow.
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How are igneous rocks formed?
Igneous rocks are formed when magma crystallizes and cools into a solid form. There are two types of igneous rocks--intrusive igneous rocks and extrusive igneous rocks. Intrusive: Intrusive igneous rocks are formed when the melted rock (magma) slowly rises toward, but does not reach the surface. As these pockets of magma cool slowly underground, minerals crystallize and the magma solidifies, becoming intrusive igneous rock, like granite and gabbro. Extrusive: Igneous rocks are also formed when volcanoes erupt, causing the magma to rise above the Earth's surface. When magma appears above the surface, it is called lava. Extrusive igneous rocks are formed as the lava cools above ground. Examples of extrusive igneous rock are basalt, rhyolite, pumice, and scoria. igneous rocks are formed by lava Well When melted rock cools quickly, it hardens before any mineral crystals can grow large. as a result, igneous rocks that form above ground have small or no crystals :) Igneous Rocks are made of magma and lava because it comes out of a volcano From volcanoes. from lava cooling. Molten rock cools and turns solid.