No rocks absorb water.
igneous rocks do absorb water because of all the pores ,cracks, and holes in them. The holes will absorb the water and the water will get trapped in the rock there for igneous rocks do absorb water.
Almost all rock is porous to some extent and therefore will absorb some water from any source.
No, some rock types are porous and will absorb water.
Porous rocks absorb water. Anything that can absorb water would not be good at containing it.
Rocks made of rounded grains can absorb water because it can get into the gaps between the grains. These rocks are said to be porous.
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hydrolisis is the chemical breakdown of rocks as they react with water where as hydration is the breakdown of rocks as they absorb water.
absorb means -> you put some water on the tabel and it (absorb) ... the water is not there any more
Yes. But not every rock has water in it. It depends on where they are, in desert rock wouldn't have water in it because it's too hot. And rocks can absorb water, but very very little...