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Meteroización quimica  [Chemical weathering]

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Alternate Title:Chemical weathering
Authors:Mediavilla-Pérez, María Jesús
Author Affiliations:Primary:
Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Departamento de Química, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
Volume Title:Enseñanza de las Ciencias de la Tierra
Source:Enseñanza de las Ciencias de la Tierra, 22(3), p.230-238. Publisher: AEPECT (Asociación Española para la Enseñanza de las Ciencias de la Tierra), Madrid, Spain. ISSN: 1132-9157
Publication Date:2014
Note:In Spanish with English summary. 17 refs.; illus.
Summary:Weathering occurs because rocks are exposed to physicochemical conditions different from those under which they were formed. Most primary minerals contained in these rocks are unstable at surface conditions and are therefore prone to chemical transformation. Weathering generates the mineral fraction of soils, making life possible on the Earth's surface. This paper focuses on the role of water, air and vegetation in weathering reactions. The most important are hydrolysis and oxidation-reduction reactions. Finally, as a didactic resource, we suggest some ideas for laboratory.
Subjects:Carbon dioxide; Chemical reactions; Chemical weathering; Degradation; Eh; Experimental studies; Hydration; Hydrolysis; Laboratory studies; Minerals; Oxidation; Silicates; Soils; Stability; Sulfur; Transformations; Weathering
Record ID:810847-3
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