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Final Exam Science

The process by which atoms are arranged to form a material with a crystal structure. Crystalizetion.
The process when estimate is pressed together. Gemstone.
a type of rock that forms from cooling of molten rock at or below the surface. Igneous rock.
a rock that forms from an existing rock. Metamorphic rock.
Igneous rock that forms from lava. Extrusive rock.
A mineral founded in magma. Silica
Gathered into a mass; clustered. Conglamorate.
The process by which water, ice, wind or gravity moves weathered rock or soil. Erosion.
The process by which sediments are pressed under their own weight. Compaction.
Sedimentary rock that forms when rock fragments are squeezed together under high pressure. Classic rock.
Sedimentary rock that forms from when minerals crystallize from solution. Chemical rock.
A solid in which the atoms are arranged in a pattern that repeats again and again. Crystal.
A hollow rock inside which mineral crystals have formed. Geode.
The molten mixture of rock-forming substances, gases, and water from the mantle. Magma.
The force exerted on a surface divided by the total area over which the force is exerted. Pressure.
The look and feel of rocks surface determinedby size, shaoe and pattern of a rocks grain. Texture.
a rock that forms when particles from other rocks or the remains of other plants or animals pressed and cemented together sedimentary rock.
The common minerals that make up most of the rocks on earth's crust. Rock-forming mineral.
Igneous rock that forms when magama harness beneathh Earths crust. intrusive rock.
small, solid pieces of minerals that come from rocks or organism. Sediment.
classic sedimentary rock composed of other rocks. Breccia.
the prossess by which dissolved crystallize and glue particles of sediment into one mass. Cementation.
Sedimentary rock that forms from remains of organism deposited in thick layers. Organic rock.
a landform that has high elevation and a more or less level surface. Plateau.
the difference in elevation from one line to the next. Contour Interval.
The layer of rock that forms Earths outer surface. Crust.
A rigid layer made up of the uppermost part of the mantel and the crust. Lithospher.
the softest layer. Asthenospher.
a layer of molten iron ssnd nickel that surrounds the i nner core of Earth. Outer core.
A dense sphere of solid Iron and nickle at the center of Earth. Inner core.
The layer of hot, solid material between Earth's crust and core. Mantle.
an undersea mountain chain where new ocean floor is produce. Mid- Ocean ridge
A deep valley along the ocean floor beneath which ocianic crust slowly sinks toward the mantle. Deep-ocean trenches.
a break or crack in Earths lithosphere along which the rocks move. Fault.
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