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2014-05-10T21:29:18+05:30
Sorry i have only three
TemperatureThe deeper you go into the Earth, the temperature gradually increases. The crust is cooler than the mantle, which is cooler than the core. This concept of increased temperature with depth creates a major difference between the upper and lower mantle. The temperature difference between the top of the mantle and the bottom of the lower mantle spans from 870 to 3,700 degrees Celsius.
PressureWhen space decreases, pressure increases. As you can imagine, the space in a sphere decreases from the outside to the inside. Therefore, with increased depth of the Earth, pressure increases immensely. This concept creates another difference between the upper and lower mantle. The pressure difference between the top of the upper mantle and the bottom of the lower mantle creates two different states. The top of the upper mantle is solid. Then, from the middle of the upper mantle through the lower mantle, the matter is a viscous substance

DensityThe deeper you travel into the Earth, the more dense the matter becomes. Like floatation devices float on top of water, the Earth's crust floats on top of the liquid mantle. Similarly, the liquid mantle floats on top of the outer core, which floats on top of the inner core. The density from the mantle to the core decreases at a 30 percent rate.
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2014-05-11T11:26:07+05:30
Temperature, minerology, density and pressure
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