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Hypertonic solution: A solution that contains more dissolved particles (such as salt and other electrolytes) than is found in normal cells and blood.
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what is physical weathering?
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Weathering is the process by which rocks are gradually broken down in situ. Erosion is the breaking down of rocks and being removed by weathering agents e.g. water and winds.Physical weathering is more effective in areas which have : a little vegetation/a large diurnal range of temperature or/temperatures fluctuating around 0 degrees Celsius
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What is physical weathering? (give one example of physical weathering).
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Weathering is the process by which rocks are gradually broken down in situ. Erosion is the breaking down of rocks and being removed by weathering agents e.g. water and winds.Physical weathering is more effective in areas which have : a little vegetation/a large diurnal range of temperature or/temperatures fluctuating around 0 degrees Celsius.EX:Crystallization or weathering by growth of salt crystals takes place in deserts where evaporation draws ground water containing dissolved salts upwards into the pores of the rock. When the water evaporates , the salts are left behind as crystals. The build-up of the salt crystals creates stress in the rock, weakens it and breaks it down into grains.
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Weathering is the process by which rocks are gradually broken down in situ. Erosion is the breaking down of rocks and being removed by weathering agents e.g. water and winds.Physical weathering is more effective in areas which have : a little vegetation/a large diurnal range of temperature or/temperatures fluctuating around 0 degrees Celsius
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