Convection Currents Diagram

Convection Currents Diagram. The less-dense heated fluid rises away from the heat source. The movement caused within a fluid by hotter and therefore less dense.

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Drawing boxes or symbols of many shapes and connect them with lines of various types. As the liquid rock moves, it can push the continents on the plates In this diagram you can see the convection currents in the mantle. Convection currents form because a heated fluid expands, becoming less dense.

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The wax inside the lamp warms up, becomes less dense than the liquid and so rises. Drawing boxes or symbols of many shapes and connect them with lines of various types. Convection currents can be seen in lava lamps.

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