pressure dissolution The process that occurs preferentially at the contact surface of grains or crystals as a result of an excess of external pressure relative to the hydraulic pressure of pore fluids. Material in these zones is dissolved and removed, resulting in an increase in compaction and a decrease in porosity.
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