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What is the thickness of the inner core?
The thickness of the inner core is 1,200 km. 1,200 km being the radius of the sphere known as the inner core.
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The core is exactly 2500 km thick and there is nothing UN less it is 25 my answers are always correct and never wrong tell you science teachers this is the me girl who write …this on answer.com so there and have a great Thanksgiving November 23,2010 i wrote this :)
The inner core - the centre of earth - is solid and about 780 miles (1,250 km) thick. The inner core may have a temperature up to about 13,000°F (7,200°C = 7,500 K), which i…s hotter than the surface of the Sun. The inner core (which has a radius of about 750 miles (1,228 km) is solid. The core is a dense ball of the elements iron and nickel.
No. The inner core is hotter than the outer core. It remains solid because it is under more pressure than the outer core.
it is about 1250km hope that helpt :)
The inner core is hotter. The outer core is composed of liquid iron and nickel along with small amounts of lighter elements, with temperatures ranging from 4,000… degrees C to 6,100 degrees C near the boundary with the inner core. Temperatures of the inner core can reach 5,740 C, and pressures are calculated to be around 3,000,000 units of atmospheric pressure. Despite the high temperature, at these pressures the iron-nickel mixture cannot remain molten.
The inner core is 1216 km and made of solid iron. It is approx 5000 degrees C and it doesnt melt because of everything else pushing down on it.
The inner core is the innermost layer of the earth. It is dense and solid, and is 1,200km thick. It is made of iron and nickel and is a solid ball of metal. It's also the hott…est layer of all. It has the most pressure than all the other layers.
It is 1300km and consists of mainly iron and nickel.
The thickness of the inner core is 1,200 km. 1,200 km(radius) and the density of the inner core is on average about 12.8-13.1g/cm³.
outer core is liquid whereas the inner core is solid
Both are inner layers of the Earth which are positioned beneath the mantle; metallic: composed primarily of iron and nickel; and both are incredibly hot and under tremendous p…ressure.
1,216 km (760 mi) in radius, or about 70% that of the Moon.
Typically the inner core is soft, hot and provides the energy or is the most important thing. The outer core is a hard, dence and protective layer to protect the inner core. I…f you can define of what i can give a better answer :)
The inner core is a dense ball of solid metal the outer core is a layer of molten matel that surronds the inner core.
The core of the Earth, about 4,216 kilometers across and 2635 miles, is thought to be divided into an outer core of liquid iron and a nearly solid iron inner core about 1,500 …miles in diameter.