How are convection cells set up?
A self-contained zone in a fluid
If you are heating water in a pan on the stove, the water at thebottom of the pan will warm first. Since warm water is lighter, itwill rise, and cool water from the top will f…low down to replaceit. This is called convection, and will continue until all thewater is hot. Convection currents can occur in large bodies of water, in theatmosphere, or beneath the earth's crust. All that is needed is awarmer, lighter fluid below a cooler, heavier one.
convection warms and convention bake bakes
Heat transfer caused by fluids....
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It is bumping into the lihosphere \n
A circular pattern of warm material rising and cool materiel sinking.
The force of the convection cell is bumping into the lithosphere which cause's it to turn at point a
because some people call the house number and not the cell
With all the heat under the crust into the mantle, the hot magma starts to move like any convection current so it goes up and then back around again to be reheated. at the top… the convection current is so strong it pulls the plates apart and magma seeps up through and becomes lava.
Matter doesn't move easily in solids.
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