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10.03.2017

The inner core of the Earth has temperatures and pressures so great that the metals are squeezed together and are not able to move about like a liquid, but are forced to vibrate in place as a solid. The inner core begins about 4000 miles beneath the crust . composed of the melted metals nickel and iron . so hot that the metals in it are all in the liquid state . so hot that the metals in it are all in the liquid state. . composed of the melted metals nickel and iron. . composed of the melted metals nickel and iron . so hot that the metals in it are all in the liquid state . so hot that the metals in it are all in the liquid state . so hot that the metals in it are all in the liquid state. . 1400 miles thick. . composed of the melted metals nickel and iron . like a ball of very hot metals. . 1800 milesbeneath . outer core is so hot that the metals in it are all in the liquid state. . O . (4000 degrees F. to 9000 degrees F.) . composed of the melted metals nickel and iron . melted metals nickel and iron . 1800 milesbeneath . about 1400 miles thick . thick . liquid state . iron . metals in it are all in the liquid state. . nickel . hat the metals in it are all in the liquid state. The outer core is located about 1800 milesbeneath the crust and is about 1400 miles thick. The outer core is composed of the melted metals nickel and iron. . thick . located about 1800 milesbeneath the crust and is about 1400 miles . 4000 degrees F. to 9000 degrees F . 1800 milesbeneath the crust and is about 1400 miles thick. The outer core is composed of the melted metals nickel and iron. . 1400 miles . composed of . 1800 milesbeneath the crust . outer core is composed of the melted metals nickel and iron. . 1400 miles thick . Earth is like a ball of very hot metals. . outer core is so hot that the metals in it are all in the liquid state. . outer core is so hot . 1800 milesbeneath the crust . 4000 degrees F. to 9000 degrees F.) . like a ball of very hot metals. . core of the Earth is like a ball of very hot metals. . Outer and Inner Cores are hotter still with pressures so great that you would be squeezed into a ball smaller than a marble . liquid state . metals . core . composed of the melted metals nickel and iron. . melted metals nickel and iron.

The Earth's Layers Lesson #1 | Volcano World | Oregon State University


4000 degrees F. to 9000 degrees F. . core consists of heavy metals (nickel and iron) . very hot metals . metals in it are all in the liquid state. . Earth is like a ball of very hot metals. . very hot metals. . ball of very hot metals. . conveyor belt . onveyor belt . conveyor belt . hot material at the deepest part of the mantle rising, then cooling, sinking again and then heating, rising and repeating the cycle over and over. . s . Convection current . are caused by the very hot material at the deepest part of th . mantle rising, then cooling, sinking again and then heating, rising and repeating the . cycle over and over . Convection current . , . rising and repeating the cycle over and over. . hot material at the deepest part of the mantle rising, then cooling, sinking again and then heating . caused by . convection currents flow in the mantle they also move the crust . hot material at the deepest part of the mantle rising, then cooling, sinking again and then heating, rising and repeating . "float" on it like oil floats on water. . mantle "flows" because of convection currents. . denser, thicker material . currents flow in the mantle they also move the crust . unmark . nickel .

The Earth's Layers Lesson #1 | Volcano World | Oregon State University

. and repeating the cycle over and over. . onvection currents move in the liquid . the crust an . A conveyor belt in a factory moves boxes like the convection currents in the mantle moves the plates of the Earth . conveyor belt in a factory moves boxes like the convection currents in the mantle moves the plates of the Earth. . e convection currents move in the liquid. When the convection currents flow in the mantle they also move t . mantle rising . nd . sinking again . then cooling . caused by the very hot material at the deepest part of the . rising . caused by the very hot material . mantle "flows" because of convection currents. . de . gets . because of this the plates "float" on it like oil floats on water. . Many geologists believe that the mantle "flows" because of convection currents . the mantle "flows" because of convection currents . rents . tals in it are all in the liquid state. The outer core is located about 1800 milesbeneath the crust a
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