the general tempeture for both Oceanic and Conteintal crust is 200c-400c, while the litspohere is 400c, the pressure of the oceanic is 24Gpa while the Contiental is 4Gpa, and the litsophere pressure is 18Gpa, most materials you will see is rock as we go on.
To began our tour about earths layers, we will began with the crust, there are two types of crust Contiental and Oceanic. There is also the Lithosphere, these are located at the very top of earths layers, and the litsophere is directly below the crust.The Contiental crust is 35km thick, the Oceanic crust is 7 km thick and the litsophere is 100km thick,
Now we will go to the Upper mantle with the help of our state of the art elevator that can go through each of the layers, it also has indoor air conditioning and a bathroom (somehow.)
We are now in the upper mantle, which is direclty below the litsophere. It's thickness can vary from 35km-670km. The tempeture of the upper mantle averages from 450c-900c, while the pressure is 24Gpa. Fun fact, Heat travels through the upper mantle by convection, the hot fluid mantle causes the dense crust to rish, which causes the heat to transfer, and now ON TO THE LOWER MANTLE!
We are now in the lower mantle, pretty wide huh, at 670km thick. Average tempeture is 4,000 degress celsius... (I sould not be out here.) The lower mantle is below the upper mantle and above the outer core. The pressure of the lower mantle is 24Gpa. Some materials you can find are iron and pyroxene.
Heat travels through the lower mantle by using conduction, it also causes the hot material to be carried to each layer. now ON TO THE OUTER CORE!
We are now in the outer core, righ below the inner core and above the lower mantle, its probaly best if you stay inside the elevator, it is 4,500 degress celsius out here. It's really thick here at 2,300km. Though the pressure can vary from 135-330 Gpa. Behind me are some of the materials you will find such as iron and nickle.
The heat in this layer flows through a thick layer of silicoat rock. The outer core also drives the heat through the mantle's and the core's. Now we will go to the final stop, THE INNER CORE
Welcome to our final destanation, the inner core below the outer core and the deppest layer. I hope you all brought sunscreen because it is 5,500 degress celsius in here, Im building up a sweet already! The inner core width varys from 1,230-1,530km. The pressure in here is about 330Gpa, WOW! , the materials here are iron and nickle, very solid rocks. Now this is where I say goodbye and thank you for joining me.
In the inner core heat flows from the radiogenic and the primordial heat leftover from earth. The inner core uses the lower mantle as a growth rate for itself.