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The two elements that make up the earths core are Iron and Nickel.

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i think answer this question is iron nad nickel


The core of the earth contains many elements, not just two.However the two most abundant elements in the earth's core are nickle and iron (the final two elements that a star can make by fusion before it dies).But there are many other elements in the core, especially ones with atomic masses greater than that of nickel and iron. Many of these heavy elements are radioactive (e.g. radium, thorium, uranium) and it is the heat generated by the decay of these heavy radioactive elements that keeps the core hot and the outer core liquid.


The core is comprised of iron (88.8%) and smaller amounts of nickel (5.8%).


The core is made up of two parts: Solid inner core ( believed to be made of iron (80%) and nickel and some other light elements , other elements are either too rare or tend to bind to lighter elements), the second part is a liquid outer core that surrounds the inner core and is believed to be made of a mixture of iron and nickel and other lighter elements. It is also believed that the core may hold other elements such as sulfur and oxygen.


oxygen and silicon are the two elements that make up more than 80 percent of the atoms found in the Earths crust...(there is a constructed response for you guys)


1.The Earth's core is composed of heavy elements, such as iron, nickel, and the other heavy elements. 2. Due to gravitational compression, and the presence of radioactivity, the core is very hot (perhaps 6 000oC) and very dense. The inner core is solid due to gravitational pressure. The outer core is liquid or at least plastic.


Earth's core is divided into two parts: a solid inner core and a liquid outer core.


The outer core is a layer of the Earth, the second to last layer. It creates the Earths Magnetic field by moving around the inner core. There are two metals that make up the outer core, these two metals are iron and nickel. The inner core is so hot that it melts the nickel and iron turning it into liquid magma.


, a liquid outer core that is much less viscous than the mantle, and a solid inner core.


the two most abundant elements in the crust are Oxygen and Silicon.


The Earths Core can be broken into two pieces the inner core and the outer core. The Inner Coreis made of SolidIron. The Outer Core is made of Liquid Iron.


No. The Earth's core is divided into two parts: a solid inner core and a liquid outer core, moth made mostly of iron.


It is Liquid Iron and Liquid Nickel.



Without modifiers, the word "sand" refers to a substance that is almost entirely silicon dioxide.


The Earth's core consists of two parts. A solid inner core made mostly of iron and some nickel, and an outer core made of liquid iron, nickel and some other elements. Surrounding the core is mantle. Mantle consists mostly of silicon based rocks, and magnesium and iron in greater quantities than found on the Earth's surface (the crust).


The two main metals that make up the outer core are Iron and Nickel.


The Earth's core is thought to be predominantly composed of iron and nickel.



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Silicon and oxygen are the two elements that combine to make sand.


Iron and nickel primarily make up the inner core and outer core.


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