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In a city square, a bronze statue of a horse begins to crack and turn green on the legs and hooves. Which of the following is likely to be causing this change? A) Lichens B) Abrasion C) Oxidation D) Acid precipitation
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User: In a city square, a bronze statue of a horse begins to crack and turn green on the legs and hooves. Which of the following is likely to be causing this change? A) Lichens B) Abrasion C) Oxidation D) Acid precipitation

Weegy: In a city square, a bronze statue of a horse begins to crack and turn green on the legs and hooves. Oxidation is likely to be causing this change.
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User: Combining the mineral feldspar with water to produce common clay is an example of which kind of chemical weathering? A) Oxidation B) Hydrolysis C) Carbonation D) Abrasion

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Combining the mineral feldspar with water to produce common clay is an example of Hydrolysis.
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