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Magma is a mixture of molten or semi-molten rock, volatiles and solids that is found beneath the surface of the Earth, and is ...

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Magmas can vary widely in composition, but in general they are made up of only eight elements; in order of importance: oxygen, silicon, aluminum, iron, calcium, ...

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Magma Formation and Behavior. Introduction: The study of body waves as they pass through Earth's interior provides strong evidence that the Earth's mantle is ...

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Magma is molten rock found below the earth's surface. The temperature at which a rock melts is affected by its composition, pressure and water....

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Oct 31, 2014 ... Magma can intrude into a low-density area of another geologic formation, such as a sedimentary rock structure. When it cools to solid rock, this ...

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1 There are three states of matter commonly found on earth: solid, liquid, and gas . When something changes from the solid state to the liquid state, we say it has ...

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Click here for more on elements and minerals common to the major magma types . Click here for more on magma and igneous rocks ...

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Apr 9, 2010 ... Andesite is a type of rock that is thought to form on the edge of tectonic plates in a subduction zone. The subduction zone is where one plate is ...

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Jan 24, 2007 ... Magmas do not form everywhere beneath the surface of the Earth. This is evident from looking at the world distribution of volcanoes. Thus ...

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Magmas can vary widely in composition, but in general they are made up of only eight elements. In order of importance these are oxygen, silicon, aluminum, iron ...