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Earth and space Science Chapter 6 Sections three and four

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Across
New mineral material precipitated around the particles of sediment when it is buried below earth's surface
A compound or solution with a concentration of hydrogen ions less than the neutral value (corresponding to a pH value of greater than 7
An oily, flammable liquid consisting of a variety of organic compounds that is produced in sediments and sedimentary rocks during burial of organic matter also called crude
A compound or solution with a concentration of hydrogen ions greater than the neutral value (corresponding to a pH value of less than 7)
That law that in chemical reactions, the quantity of matter does not change
Molecules with the chemical element Carbon as a base
A large body of porous and permeable sedimentary rock that contains economically valuable petroleum and/ or natural gas
Sedimentary rocks, containing significant concentration of organic matter, in which petroleum and natural gas are generated during burial of the deposits
The process in which water, sand and chemicals are pumped underground to break apart rock
Gasses in Earth's atmosphere that absorb certain wavelengths of the long-wavelength radiation emitted to outer space by Earth's surface
An impermeable layer or mass of sedimentary rock that forms the convex upward top or rock that forms the convex upward top or roof of a petroleum reservoir
Generated or produced by human activities
Down
A porous deposit of partly decomposed plant material at or not far below Earth's surface
The chemical process of separation of matter into simpler chemical compounds
The continuous exchange and recycling of carbon through the Earth system
Physical and chemical processes by which an organism oxidizes glucose to release energy for metabolism at the cellular level
Having a concentration of hydrogen ions that corresponds to a value of pH of 7
A chemical process by which certain kinds of matter are combined with oxygen
The use of techniques to recover oil still trapped in a reservoir after an initial phase of recovery sometimes years after production
Raw materials (for example petroleum) that are supplied to a machine or processing plant that produces manufactured material (for example plastics)
Oil contained in a reservoir with low permeability
An area of Earth's crust where sediments accumulate to great thickness
A gas, consisting mainly of methane that is produced in sediments and sedimentary rocks during burial of organic matter
a combustible rock that had it's origin in the deposition and burial of plant materials