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Earth's Geography and Climate

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The lithosphere is the outermost rigid layer of the Earth, responsible for the movement of tectonic plates and the production of earthquakes. It is divided into two parts: the continental crust, which is formed by less dense rocks, and the oceanic crust, which is composed of denser rocks. What are the main chemical elements present in the continental crust?
a.
Silicates, iron oxide, and silicon dioxide.
b.
Oxygen, nitrogen, and silicon dioxide.
c.
Water, oxygen, and iron oxide.
d.
Hydrogen, oxygen, and calcium carbonate.
e.
Carbonates, iron oxide, and silicon dioxide.

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