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Layers of the Earth (Carter)
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What is the thinnest layer of the Earth?
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What is the thinnest layer of the Earth?
crust
List the layers of the Earth from hottest to coolest.
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List the layers of the Earth from hottest to coolest.
inner core, outer core, mantle, crust
Which layer of the Earth vibrates in place because of the pressure?
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Which layer of the Earth vibrates in place because of the pressure?
inner core
What is the only liquid layer of the Earth?
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What is the only liquid layer of the Earth?
outer core
What type of rock is the oceanic crust made of?
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What type of rock is the oceanic crust made of?
basalt
What is the thickest layer of the Earth?
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What is the thickest layer of the Earth?
mantle
Which layer of the crust is more dense?
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Which layer of the crust is more dense?
oceanic
Why is the inner core solid?
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Why is the inner core solid?
All of the other layers put so much pressure on this layer, so it makes it a solid.
What type of rock is the continental crust made of?
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What type of rock is the continental crust made of?
granite
How is the heat from deep in Earth's interior transferred to the crust?
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How is the heat from deep in Earth's interior transferred to the crust?
convection currents in the mantle
Which layer is the most dense?
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Which layer is the most dense?
inner core
What are the two types of crust?
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What are the two types of crust?
oceanic and continental
What is the name of the movement in the mantle?
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What is the name of the movement in the mantle?
convection currents
How are the inner core and outer core alike?
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How are the inner core and outer core alike?
They are both made of iron and nickel.
Which layer is made up of solid and melted rock?
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Which layer is made up of solid and melted rock?
mantle
What is the hottest layer of the Earth?
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What is the hottest layer of the Earth?
inner core
What is the solid layer of the Earth that is capable of flow?
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What is the solid layer of the Earth that is capable of flow?
mantle
What two layers make up the lithosphere?
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What two layers make up the lithosphere?
bottom of crust and top of mantle
How are the inner core and outer core different?
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How are the inner core and outer core different?
Inner core is solid; outer core is liquid. (Inner is also hotter.)
What three things are the greatest in the inner core?
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What three things are the greatest in the inner core?
pressure, density, and temperature
What is the coolest layer of the Earth?
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What is the coolest layer of the Earth?
crust
Define density.
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Define density.
how tightly packed something is
Which layer of the crust is thinnest?
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Which layer of the crust is thinnest?
oceanic
The outer core is molten ________, and the mantle is molten _______.
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The outer core is molten ________, and the mantle is molten _______.
metal, rock
What is another name for the soft layer of the mantle?
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What is another name for the soft layer of the mantle?
asthenosphere
How many miles thick is the mantle?
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How many miles thick is the mantle?
1,800 miles




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