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PARTS OF A VOLCANO Volcanoes were named for the Roman god of fire, Vulcan.
CRATER w the cup-shaped TOP part of a volcano through which magma and other volcanic materials flow.
GAS, ASH, AND CINDERS w What is left after a volcano erupts?
w the side of a volcano formed by volcanic materials CONE
LAVA w hot, molten rock on the earths surface w MOLTEN - melted by heat
SILL w horizontal crack within a volcano which holds hardened magma
MAGMA CHAMBER w a place in the mantle (under the earths crust) that stores magma
MAGMA w hot, molten rock forced up the central vent and eventually through the crater
DIKE w thick vertical crack within a volcano which holds hardened magma
CONDUIT wpwpath from magma chamber to crater wawalso known as central vent
SIDE VENT w vent on the side of a volcano for escaping steam, gas, and lava
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