Continental plates are tectonic plates. They are tectonic plates upon which continents rest, and they move as do all tectonic plates. Basically, there is no difference, other than the fact that oceanic plates are another type of tectonic plate.
yes there is a diference.
Continents are land masses and tectonic plates are plate in the earth.
Continental plates are older and thicker but less dense. oceanic plates are newer and thinner but more dense.
the basic difference is that a hedgehog has spines and an armadillo has plates like armour.
collision is when two plates collide conservative is when two plates rub together
manufacturing process of steel plates difference between heat and product analysis ?
The mantle is below the plates.
The electric potential difference is measured in volts. The amount of volts will depend on what kind of plates and the solution which the plates have been put in to.
There is no difference in the common usage of these terms.
Continenets are asjdfjasnlfjhbasljh and tectonic plates are jinkjnak.
if the potential difference between the 2 plates be V & separation of the plates=d electric field=V/d directed from the lower potential plate to higher potential plate
Oceanic plates are young and made of basalt and recent sediments. Continental plates are old and contain continental crust made of old rocks and they are usually considerably thicker than the oceanic plates
Convergent means where plates are moving together. Divergent means where plates are moving apart.
the dielectric placed between the positive and negative plates of a capacitor prevents the collapse of plates due to so strong attractive forces between them and retains the potential difference between the plates.....
one is bigger then the other
Oceanic plates are thinner but denser than continental plates. They are considered basaltic. Continental are thicker but less dense. They are considered granitic because of granite.
Capacitance is directly proportional to the area of the plates divided by the distance between the two plates. The farther away the plates are the lower capacitance will be. A capacitor stores energy in the electric field between the two plates. If those plates are very far apart, the field gets crappy real fast.
Converging tectonic plates are moving together or toward each other. Diverging plates are moving apart.
a tectonic hazard is a disaster caused by the moving of tectonic plates.....anda tectonic activity is the moving of tectonic plates........
the plates under the ground (continental plates) are pushing on each other all the time, and when an earthquake occurs that's when the plates are rubbing on each other or snapped. an earthquake can not be predicted. the epicenter is the place above the ground where the plates colide. the plates under the ground (continental plates) are pushing on each other all the time, and when an earthquake occurs that's when the plates are rubbing on each other or snapped. an earthquake can not be predicted. the epicenter is the place above the ground where the plates colide.
brunnett beauty: What is ground movement? I believe ground movement is the plates moving in the earth just like how earthquakes form by plates in the ground colide to make movement in the earth.
a vent is when magma rises through holes in the earths crust.And A Rift forms between the plates.
a vent is when magma rises through holes in the earths crust.And A Rift forms between the plates