What Is the State of Matter of the Earth's Crust?

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The state of matter of the Earth's crust is solid. The crust is basically made up of two distinct layers. The other two layers of the earth are mantle and core.
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the state of matter for the earth's crust is continental and oceanic.
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Dec 19, 2009 .4 of the earth's crust is water which is a liquid. State of
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Isostasy is the state of balance between the thickness of the earth's crust and the depth at which it floats on the asthenosphere.
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the crust - solid. the mantle - liquid. outer core- liquid. and the state of matter for the inner core is still up for debate. but i'd assume it's liquid because the inner cores temperature
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