MODULE 5 ELS

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15 questions
• Q1

Earth was hot when it formed. A lot of Earth’s heat was generated during its early formation. This internal heat energy is called Primordial Heat

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• Q2

The mantle and asthenosphere are considerably colder than the lithosphere, and the core is much hotter than the mantle.

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• Q3

Crust-mantle boundary: 3,700°C

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• Q4

is the direct transfer of heat from one molecule to an adjacent one.

EVAPORATION

CONVECTION

CONDUCTION

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• Q5

Convection is typically driven by temperature differences and it is the main heat transfer that occurs at the mantle.

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• Q6

Sunlight is a form of conduction that is radiated through space to our planet without the aid of fluids or solids.

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• Q7

There are no particles between the Sun and the Earth so it CANNOT travel by conduction or by convection.

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• Q8

MAGMA melts approximately

______ km below the Earth surface.

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• Q9

____________________All other things being equal, every mineral has a distinct melting point. In the mantle, heat is brought upward by convection.

MELTING POINT

TEMPERATURE

CONDENSATION

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• Q10

Pressure- All other things being equal, the greater the pressure, the less likely materials are to melt.

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• Q11

Volatile substances - Generally, the addition of substances like water or CO2 to a mineral lowers its melting point.

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• Q12

Rocks from the lithosphere melt due to the hot materials in the mantle. Rising mantle rocks melt due to the decreasing pressure.

-Mantle plumes

-Subduction zones

-Mid-ocean ridges

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• Q13

ACTIVE HOTSPOT (MANTLE PLUME)-Rocks in the atmosphere melt because of the rising hot mantle rocks that heat the lithosphere.

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• Q14

PLATE SUBDUCTION ZONE- The Lithosphere (with rocks) is pulled down in the mantle which is hot.

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• Q15

Intrusive rocks ALSO CALLED plutonism.

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