Geochemistry

Geochemistry is the science that uses the tools and principles of chemistry to explain the mechanisms behind major geological systems such as the Earth`s crust and its oceans. The realm of geochemistry extends beyond the Earth, encompassing the entire Solar System and has made important contributions to the understanding of a number of processes ....
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geochemistry

[n] - the chemistry of the earth`s crust
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Geochemistry

• (n.) The study of the chemical composition of, and of actual or possible chemical changes in, the crust of the earth.
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geochemistry

noun the chemistry of the earth`s crust
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Geochemistry

Ge`o·chem'is·try (jē`o*kĕm'ĭs*trȳ) noun [ Greek ge`a , gh^ , the earth + chemistry .] The study of the chemical composition of, and of actual or possible chemical changes in, the crust of the earth. -- Ge`o*chem'ic*al
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geochemistry

geochemistry, geochemical 1. The scientific study of the chemistry of the earth, including the rocks, sediments, and soil that constitute the solid earth and the fluids that compose the ocean, inland waters, and the atmosphere. 2. Referring to chemical reactions involving earth materials; such as, soil, rocks, and water. 3. The chemistry of the c...
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geochemistry

geochemistry, study of the chemical changes on the earth. More specifically, it is the study of the absolute and relative abundances of chemical elements in the minerals, soils, ores, rocks, water, and atmosphere of the earth and the distribution and movement of these elements from one place to anot...
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geochemistry

geological chemistry. The study of materials and chemical reactions in rocks, minerals, magma, seawater, and soil.
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geochemistry

Science of chemistry as it applies to geology. It deals with the relative and absolute abundances of the chemical elements and their isotopes in the Earth, and also with the chemical changes that accompany geologic processes
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geochemistry

scientific discipline that deals with the relative abundance, distribution, and migration of the Earth`s chemical elements and their isotopes.[20 related articles]
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geochemistry

study of chemistry of the earth's crust
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Geochemistry

The science that deals with chemical changes in and composition of the earth's crust.
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Geochemistry

The study of materials and chemical reactions in rocks, minerals, magma, seawater, and soil.
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Geochemistry

The study of the chemical components of the earth’s crust and mantle. Geochemistry is applied to mining exploration to detect sites that indicate abnormal concentrations either of the elements being sought or of their more readily detected associate elements. Depending on circumstance, geochemical exploration samples soils, rock and lake and strea...
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Geochemistry

The study of the chemical properties of rocks.
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