A core made of solid or laminated iron, or some other magnetic
material which may contain very little iron.
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The inner core is mainly solid iron, with a liquid iron outer core.
mercury does have a solid iron core.
Venus has a iron and nickel core.
You have already answered your own question. The: "Iron Core" is the... Core. And the... Core is located in the center of the Earth.
the core is made from iron.
No. The SUN's core is Hydrogen and Helium. The EARTH's core is Iron and Nickel.
yes it has a Iron core almost 3,000 yards long
Outer core - predominately liquid iron and nickel. Inner core - predominately solid iron and nickel.
The Earth has an iron core. At the outer core it is so hot that the iron is liquid. At the inner core it is hotter still, but under so much pressure it forces the iron to solidify. Hence: the Earth's core.
no. the outer core has liquid iron and nickel, the inside has solid iron and nickel
The Earths Core can be broken into two pieces the inner core and the outer core. The Inner Core is made of Solid Iron. The Outer Core is made of Liquid Iron.
Outer core - predominantly liquid iron and nickel. Inner core - predominantly solid iron and nickel.
The outer portion of the core is mostly molten iron. The inner core is solid metal.
The core of the Earth is thought to consist of roughly 80% iron.
No. The inner core is most likely a solid iron-nickel alloy, and the outer core is molten iron and nickel.
The core of Earth is mad of iron and nickel. The crust, not the core, is made largely of iron and basalt.
No. It best describes the outer core. The inner core is made up of solid iron.
Iron.. The very core is so compressed that the iron that should be liquid is a solid.
The outer core is formed from molten iron and nickel.
The earth's molten core is believed to be composed of iron, and some nickel, yes.
Yes, it is. The core is made of iron and nickel.
The Inner core is to be believed to be made up of iron-nickel alloy,while the outer core is made up of iron and nickel
in its core there is molten iron
It is presumed that Venus has a very similar core to that of the earth. The core of Venus is indeed made of iron about 3,000 miles thick.
Scientists agree that the Earth's inner core is made of solid iron. The outer core of the Earth, meanwhile, is hot and molten.
The inner core is a solid iron-nickel ball and the outer core is primarily composed of liquid iron and nickel.
The Earth's inner core is made of solid iron and nickel, like the outer core, though the outer core has MOLTEN iron and nickel for its contents.
No, you cannot substitute aluminum for iron in a transformer core. Iron has special ferromagnetic properties which aluminum does not have.
On the contrary, the Earth's Iron Core formed from impacts from meteorites and the heavier metal (Iron) which was delivered in those meteorites gradually sunk to the center of the Earth to form the core.
The planet Earth has an inner core of solid nickel and iron, and an outer core of liquid nickel and iron. Although both of these cores are extremely hot, the high pressure on the inner core prevents it from liquefying.
No, it has a large iron core, which generates a magnetic field about 1% as strong as that of the Earth
The center of the Earth, the core and the outer core, are mostly iron, along with nickel.
Yes! The molten iron and nickel in the outer core is spinning.
Why is the core made of nickel and iron? How did the layers of the earth get a specific composition (makeup)?
It is supposed that the Earth core is composed from iron and nickel.
The inner core is an alloy of iron and nickel, and the outer core is mainly liquid iron and nickel. The liquid layer made up of hot liquid iron and nickel that surrounds the inner core.
The core is made up of Iron and Nickel.
I think the outer core
earths core is made of iron
The very inner core is iron
No. The inner core of Earth is made of a solid nickel-iron alloy. The outer core is made of liquid nickel and iron.
The inner core of the Earth is composed mainly of a nickel-iron alloy. There's a liquid outer core that is made of iron and is very dense. The inner core is made of solid iron and nickel.
The outer core is liquid, the inner core is solid The outer core surrounds the inner core The outer core is iron-rich, the inner core is iron-rich and nickel-rich There is more pressure acting on the inner core The inner core is hotter
Iron losses are termed as core losses. There are mainly two losses - Copper loss and iron loss. Iron loss is no load loss.
No! But it probably has some iron in its core.
Liquid iron and nickel make up the outer core of the Earth.
Most electromagnets have an iron core as it increases the strength of the electromagnet. :) Hope I helped and was right :)
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The outer core is 2300 kilometers thick. It is composed of mainly nickel and iron. The inner core is 1200 kilometers thick and composed of iron.