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Chemistry-mid yr-ch4

chemistry formulas and words involving rocks, minerals

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calcium hydoxide+ carbon dioxide calcium carbonate+ water
carbon dioxide + water Carbonic acid
calcium carbonate + strong heat carbon dioxide+ calcium oxide
calcium oxide quicklime
calcium hydroxide slaked lime
calcium hydroxide+ lots of water, stir well and then filter calcium hydroxide solution
calcium hydroxide solution limewater
calcium oxide+ water calcium hydoxide
calcium carbonate -> strong heat calcium oxide+ carbon dioxide
calcium hydroxide solution -> pass in carbon dioxide (limewater test) calcium carbonate
Types of weathering Physical weathering Chemical weathering
Physical weathering Weathering by temperature changes, by frost action
Erosion involving both weathering of rocks & transportation of weathered rock pieces (by gravity, wind, water)
Weathering slow process in which exposed rocks are broken down into smaller pieces
Chemical weathering attack by acid, oxygen
graphite pencil head
cooper pyrite main ore of copper
Haematite main ore of iron
Bauxite main ore of aluminium
rock solid mass of a mineral mixture of minerals
mineral naturally occurring solid with definite crystalline, chemical composition
Quartz contains silicon dioxide
Granite contains mica, quartz, feldspar
calcite crystalline form of calcium carbonate
calcium carbonate+carbonic acid calcium hydrogencarbonate
Created by: juliako1997