What is the temperature of the inner mantle?
The inner mantle of the Earth is so hot that the rock flows. It is about 932 to 1652 degrees Fahrenheit.
They do melt, but only in the crust and at sometimes the crust/mantle boundary. Below that the pressure overcomes the temperature, keeping the mantle rock in a solid but plastic state. The metal of the outer core (below the mantle) is melted too, but in the inner core the pressure again overcomes the temperature and the metal of the inner core is solid.
the inner core is the hottest the outer core is close to the same temperature but not the same the lower mantle is the part of the layers that is closest to the core the middle mantle is the mantle that is inbetween temperatures the upper mantle is the mantle that is the coldest mantle the crust is the one that is closest to the ocean
The pressure and temperature of the earth increases as one moves closer to the center. First comes the mantle, said to go down 2,900 kilometers; it's temperature is about 870C. The outer core has a very high temperature and ranges from about 4,400C to about 6,100C. The outer core beginnings where the mantle stops and it extends further down to the center 2,250 kilometers. The inner core is about 6,400 kilometers below the earths surface…