How does oxygen cause chemical weathering?

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Chemical weathering is the process by which rocks are loosened by chemical processes to form residual materials. When iron in a rock reacts with oxygen, iron oxide is formed. The iron-oxide crust crumbles easily and weakens the rock. ChaCha. more
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