Chemical weathering is when rocks are decomposed or loosened to form finer materials. Some examples include: carbonation, where the carbon dioxide reacts with the minerals in the rocks; water directly dissolving the minerals in rocks; oxygen combining with calcium and magnesium; and reactions between hydrogen and the minerals.
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