About the book
Geochemistry describes laws controlling the circulation of chemicals in geological processes like weathering, transportation, sedimentation, and processing and forms various useful minerals. This branch of geochemistry has dealt with numerous practical theoretical issues, such as the mechanism to transmit elements that make up non-soluble compounds in water, the system of the arrangements and their causes, and the numerous laws regulating the distribution of useful ore deposits.
Geochemistry of the elements is the study in metals, rocks, and earth covers of the distributing of chemical elements and their forms of presence. This section has found numerous facts concerning the distribution of chemical components. Light elements with atomic weights of less than 29 are the most prevalent elements on the earth's crust. The oxygen, hydrogen, silicon, and aluminum elements are the most common and most important elements in the formation of Earth crust and earth coverings. The first is roughly 50% of the Earth's composition and its life significance and the first and the second constitute water, and the combined elements consist of rocks which are more than half of the sedimentary rocks and are more widespread than other elements, with their numbers and weights of atomic material. There are however many questions that need to be solved, such as the high variability in chemical elements' concentrations and the presence of scarcity elements in the case of dispersion among other metals, such as rubidium.