In today’s post I would like to write about the chalk’s interactions in the new weather system; as I can see on the geologic map that chalk is occupying huge surfaces on earth, it’s impact in the new weather system should not be ignored.
One of the chalk’s interactions which I am interested to talk about is the chalk interaction with the water molecule; the chalk is soluble in water that means that it breaks to it’s tiniest parts once put in water. As we are seeing that the temperature is rising in the world; warm waters will have a huge impact on the chalk’s solubility.
Adding the second of the chalk’s interactions is valuable to our subject which is the chalk’s fermentation; once the chalk is fermented it becomes heavy and weak due to it’s absorption to the water molecule; the heaviest the chalk is the flattest shape it takes that means that the chalk’s upper side goes down. I imagine solutions to the flatted chalk are impossible.
Another interesting interaction of chalk is the chalk’s aberration; this interaction occurs when chalk is exposed to heat; this interaction has two directions; when chalk is heated then the water molecule is added to it or when wet chalk got heated, the result of these two directions is chalk aberration.
I don’t want to miss the chalk’s interaction with frost; this interaction is a gripping one; the chalk becomes hard once covered by frost and the melting of this last makes the chalk soften and decays moderately.
I would like to add one more of the chalk’s interaction which is the chalk’s reconstruction; the chalk’s reconstruction is based on the chalk’s strips and simply these chalks’s strips crack because of the heavy weighs of the heavy rains.
The last of the chalk’s interactions which I am adding to this post is the chalk’s deformation; this deformation occurs when a first hill chalk becomes heavier than the second hill chalk which is sustaining it; it is always the water molecule which makes the difference in weigh between two hills of chalk, this phenomenon is likely to be present frequently.
To conclude this post I think more writings about the chalk’s interactions are needed, and what was cited above are just few examples. I hope I will have some time to bring more of the chalk’s interactions.