Yes, lava is on the outside of a volcano. Magma is on the inside of a volcano.
Lava is when it's outside the volcano, magma is when it's inside of the volcano.
Inside a volcano is magma, and when it is spewed out it becomes lava.
Magma is inside of the volcano and has molten rock in it. To where lava is outside the volcano and does not have as much molten rock in it as Magma does.
Magma is inside the volcano, and it becomes lava when it comes out. :)
First, the magma breaks open rocks underneath the volcano. Then, it flows up through cracks of the volcano. After it is all the way to the top, the volcano erupts. Then the magma and lava flows outside the volcano.
Outside the volcano is rock. inside the volcano is rock, and, in an active volcano, magma (known is lava when it reaches the surface) hope this helps! poopmonkey love u
the zone of magma is in well a volcano. it can also be on the outside of a volcano but there it turns into lava. so it's mostly always going to be inside a volcano
yes. magma is the lava that is in the volcano and lava is the magma that is outside a volcano
lava or magma because magma is the molten rock inside the volcano and lava is the molten rock that's on the earths crust or outside of the volcano.
the volcano becomes extinct