For cinder PDF that results from incomplete combustion of coal or wood, see Ember. This article does not cite any sources. Volcanic eruptions such as this one can create cinders.
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A cinder is a pyroclastic material. Cinders are similar to pumice, which has so many cavities that its low density of 0. 3 allows it to float in water. Cinder is typically brown, black, or red depending on its chemical content. Typical cinders are red or black in color. Contain numerous gas bubbles « frozen » into place as magma exploded into the air and then cooled quickly.
Cinders have been used on track surfaces and roads to provide additional traction in winter conditions. Cinders are also employed as inorganic mulch in xeriscaping, because of excellent drainage properties and erosion resistance. In this context, they are referred to frequently with the name « lava rock ». Jump to navigation Jump to search For peaks named « Cinder Cone », see List of peaks named Cinder Cone. A cinder cone or scoria cone is a steep conical hill of loose pyroclastic fragments, such as either volcanic clinkers, cinders, volcanic ash, or scoria that has been built around a volcanic vent.
The rock fragments, often called cinders or scoria, are glassy and contain numerous gas bubbles « frozen » into place as magma exploded into the air and then cooled quickly. Cinder cones range in size from tens to hundreds of meters tall. Cinder cones are commonly found on the flanks of shield volcanoes, stratovolcanoes, and calderas. The most famous cinder cone, Paricutin, grew out of a corn field in Mexico in 1943 from a new vent. The Earth’s most historically active cinder cone is Cerro Negro in Nicaragua.
It is part of a group of four young cinder cones NW of Las Pilas volcano. Since its initial eruption in 1850, it has erupted more than 20 times, most recently in 1995 and 1999. Based on satellite images it was suggested that cinder cones might occur on other terrestrial bodies in the solar system too. Monogenetic eruptions can last for more than 10 years. Parícutin erupted from 1943 to 1952. Volcanicity and forms of extrusive bodies ». Volcanic Landforms and Surface Features: A Photographic Atlas and Glossary.