An example of a chemical sedimentary rock is rock gypsum.
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A calcitic stalactite.
An example of a sedimentary rock is sandstone(clastic), coal(organic), or rock salt(chemical).
No. It is an example of physical (mechanical) weathering.
Metamorphic rock that resists chemical and mechanical weathering, for example, the rock gneiss.
A mechanical action would not cause chemical weathering of rock and soil. For example, using a handheld hammer or jackhammer against a stone or rock.
Chemicals dissolve rock forming caves and caverns.
No, Physical Change.
Rock salt is a chemical sedimentary rock.
A chemical sedimentary rock can form from evaporation when seas or lakes evaporate and leave behind mineral deposits. Example: rock salt
yes, rock salt is a chemical sedimentary rock.
Yes limestone is a chemical rock
Well chemical rocks can either be made from evaporation or crystallization. An some examples for evaporation is rock salt, gypsum, and limestone. Some examples of crystallization is limestone , and calcite.
A rock is a mixture, not a single chemical compound.
mechanical weathering is the breaking down of rocks without chemical change in the rocks. for example frost wedging is a type of mechanical weathering where water gets into cracks in rocks and then freezes and expands, breaking up the rock. chemical weathering changes the rock chemically. rust forming on iron is an example of chemical weathering.
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I'm pretty sure it's chemical weathering!
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Freeze/thaw cycles are an example of mechanical weathering of rock.
well, there is no really class in the metamorphic rock that is called chemical, but there is one in the sedimentary rock. a chemical sedimentary rock is a rock that is made from minerals that were once dissolved in water
A chemical sedimentary rock, such as rock salt or rock gypsum.