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Posted by Lisa on Friday, May 22, 2009 at 8:31am.

If the inner core reaches temperatures exceeding 6000c, in what phase/state of matter would these matters exist?
A. gas; the temperature is so great that the atoms vaporize
B. solid; the pressure is so great that the atoms are forced together
C. liquid; the temperature exceeds the melting pot
D. gas; the pressure keeps the atoms from changing to a liquid or solid form

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