What Is Deposition in Science?

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Decomposition in science refers to the accumulation of mineral deposits in a bodily organ or lying down of sediments in a river. The word may also refer to the process of changing from a gas to solid without passing through an intermediate liquid phase.
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Deposition is discharging of the load carried by a river, glacier, or the sea. Glacial deposition happens when ice melts. The shallowing of gradient, decreasing speed, decreasing energy, decrease in the volume of water in the channel, etc., is called deposition.
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