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Generally speaking , Earth interior is classified using two models , the mechanical and chemical model . the chemical model layers are crust , mantle and core. these layers organized while earth started to cool after formation at the stage known as planetary differentiation . heavier materials like Fe And Ni sunk to the core , while the lighter materials ...


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So will a tangerine sun loom large over red-hot waves softly breaking on abyssal beaches? Probably not. Interesting question, and one might think that yes - you could melt the evaporite deposits that will be left after all the water is gone. The problem is that molten salts are extremely reactive materials. They will corrode any rock they get into contact ...


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I very much doubt whether this is going to happen within the next billion years, but something like it is bound to happen one day. Our sister planet Venus has already reached a surface temperature of 400C,which has boiled off the oceans but is not hot enough to melt salt. There should be some salt deposits there (even Ceres has some),but perhaps they are ...


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