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Density of the earth's layers
What is the best estimate of the densities of the various layers of the Earth? ... Outer Core (liquid): 9.9 to 12.2 Inner Core (solid): 12.6 to 13.0 ...
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Oxygen and Silica
Together, these 8 elements account for approximately 98.5% of the earth's crust. There are two way to describe quantity in nature: by mass (how much actual ...
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Internal Structure of the Earth
What we think we know comes from a study of how earthquake (seismic) waves travel through the earth, and how long it takes for them to get from where the ...
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Earth Revealed: Index to Video Study Guides
Earth Revealed Series. Index to Video Study Guides ... Episode 25: Living with the Earth - The Loma Prieta Earthquake ...
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Mafic vs. Felsic
Mafic is used for silicate minerals, magmas, and rocks which are relatively high in the heavier elements. The term is derived from using the MA from ...
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Physics Applets
A collection of interactive experiments and demonstrations about astrophysics, energy and environment, mechanics, and thermodynamics.
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The 3 basic rock types
Sedimentary Rocks. In most places on the surface, the igneous rocks which make up the ... Click here for more on metamorphic processes and rocks (RCC). ...
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The 3 basic rock types
Igneous rocks are given names based upon two things: composition (what they are made of) and texture ... There are three main types of sedimentary rocks: ...
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Igneous rock chart
Igneous Rock Classification. Texture vs. composition ... is a science full of "shades of gray," and the naming of igneous rocks is certainly no exception.
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Igneous Rocks
Apr 1, 1997 ... Magma composition. Texture. Put it all together: Classification. Click here for online mineral and rock ID charts. Igneous structures ...
 
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