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Layers of the Earth
The Inner Core Composition: iron and nickel Depth Range (Km): 5150 KmState of Matter: solid Temperature: º C. Density: 13 g/cm3
Outer Core Composition: iron and nickel Depth Range (Km): 2900 KmState of Matter: liquid Temperature: º C. Density: g/cm3
Mantle Composition: solid rock, of silicon and magnesiumDepth Range (Km): Km State of Matter: plastic – puddy like Temperature: º C. Density: 4.5 g/cm3 Two Parts: Upper Mantle and Lower Mantle
Crust Composition: solid rock Depth Range (Km): 0-32 KmState of Matter: solid Temperature: Density: 3.0 g/cm3 Two Types: Oceanic crust and Continental crust.
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