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This is a type of chemical weathering. a. Frost Wedging b. Abrasion c. Water d. Animals
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User: This is a type of chemical weathering. a. Frost Wedging b. Abrasion c. Water d. Animals

Weegy: C. Carbonation is not mechanical weathering
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Water is one cause of chemical weathering of rocks.
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