Why does chemical weathering occur more quickly in a hot climate?

Why does chemical weathering occur more quickly in a hot climate? Can anoybody help me out here im trying to do my homework and I can find it anywhere!

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ANSWER #1 of 5

Because where it is hot there will be more water because it won't freeze.


ANSWER #2 of 5

chemical weathering occurs more quickly in a HOT and HUMID environment but the effect of temperature on weathering is hard to quantify. Generally, chemical reaction rates are approximately doubled with a 10 C increase in temperature. In addition, water plays an important role in every aspect of chemical weathering. Hence the humid and hot climate.



ANSWER #3 of 5

Chemical weathering occurs more quickly in a hot climate because where it is hot there will be more water because the won't freeze.


ANSWER #4 of 5

because of the dry weather.



ANSWER #5 of 5

it happens because certain types of rocks like granite crumble easier in hot weather, but stays hard in cold weather.


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