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 +====== Melting Point Of Metals and Alloys ======
  
 +<​html>​
 +<table width="​100%">​
 +<​thead>​
 +<tr>
 +<td rowspan="​2">​
 +<​h3>​Metal</​h3>​
 +</td>
 +<td colspan="​2">​
 +<​h3>​Melting Point</​h3>​
 +</td>
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td><​i>​(<​sup>​o</​sup>​C)</​i></​td>​
 +<​td><​i>​(<​sup>​o</​sup>​F)</​i></​td>​
 +</tr>
 +</​thead>​
 +<​tbody>​
 +<​tr><​td>​Admiralty Brass</​td><​td>​900 &#8211; 940</​td><​td>​1650 &#8211; 1720</​td></​tr>​
 +<​tr><​td>​Aluminum</​td><​td>​660</​td><​td>​1220</​td></​tr>​
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Aluminum Alloy</​td>​
 +<​td>​463 &#8211; 671</​td>​
 +<​td>​865 &#8211; 1240</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Aluminum Bronze</​td>​
 +<​td>​600 &#8211; 655</​td>​
 +<​td>​1190 &#8211; 1215</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Babbitt</​td>​
 +<​td>​249</​td>​
 +<​td>​480</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Beryllium</​td>​
 +<​td>​1285</​td>​
 +<​td>​2345</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Beryllium Copper</​td>​
 +<​td>​865 &#8211; 955</​td>​
 +<​td>​1587 &#8211; 1750</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Bismuth</​td>​
 +<​td>​271.4</​td>​
 +<​td>​520.5</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Brass,​ Red</​td>​
 +<​td>​1000</​td>​
 +<​td>​1832</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Brass,​ Yellow</​td>​
 +<​td>​930</​td>​
 +<​td>​1710</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Cadmium</​td>​
 +<​td>​321</​td>​
 +<​td>​610</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Chromium</​td>​
 +<​td>​1860</​td>​
 +<​td>​3380</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Cobalt</​td>​
 +<​td>​1495</​td>​
 +<​td>​2723</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Copper</​td>​
 +<​td>​1084</​td>​
 +<​td>​1983</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Gold,​ 24K Pure</​td>​
 +<​td>​1063</​td>​
 +<​td>​1945</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Hastelloy C</​td>​
 +<​td>​1320 &#8211; 1350</​td>​
 +<​td>​2410 &#8211; 2460</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Inconel</​td>​
 +<​td>​1390 &#8211; 1425</​td>​
 +<​td>​2540 &#8211; 2600</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Incoloy</​td>​
 +<​td>​1390 &#8211; 1425</​td>​
 +<​td>​2540 &#8211; 2600</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Iron,​ Wrought</​td>​
 +<​td>​1482 &#8211; 1593</​td>​
 +<​td>​2700 &#8211; 2900</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Iron,​ Gray Cast</​td>​
 +<​td>​1127 &#8211; 1204</​td>​
 +<​td>​2060 &#8211; 2200</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Iron,​ Ductile</​td>​
 +<​td>​1149</​td>​
 +<​td>​2100</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Lead</​td>​
 +<​td>​327.5</​td>​
 +<​td>​621</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Magnesium</​td>​
 +<​td>​650</​td>​
 +<​td>​1200</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Magnesium Alloy</​td>​
 +<​td>​349 &#8211; 649</​td>​
 +<​td>​660 &#8211; 1200</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Manganese</​td>​
 +<​td>​1244</​td>​
 +<​td>​2271</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Manganese bronze</​td>​
 +<​td>​865 &#8211; 890</​td>​
 +<​td>​1590 &#8211; 1630</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Mercury</​td>​
 +<​td>​-38.86</​td>​
 +<​td>​-37.95</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Molybdenum</​td>​
 +<​td>​2620</​td>​
 +<​td>​4750</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Monel</​td>​
 +<​td>​1300 &#8211; 1350</​td>​
 +<​td>​2370 &#8211; 2460</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Nickel</​td>​
 +<​td>​1453</​td>​
 +<​td>​2647</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Niobium (Columbium)</​td>​
 +<​td>​2470</​td>​
 +<​td>​4473</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Palladium</​td>​
 +<​td>​1555</​td>​
 +<​td>​2831</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Phosphorus</​td>​
 +<​td>​44</​td>​
 +<​td>​111</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Platinum</​td>​
 +<​td>​1770</​td>​
 +<​td>​3220</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Red Brass</​td>​
 +<​td>​990 &#8211; 1025</​td>​
 +<​td>​1810 &#8211; 1880</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Rhenium</​td>​
 +<​td>​3186</​td>​
 +<​td>​5767</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Rhodium</​td>​
 +<​td>​1965</​td>​
 +<​td>​3569</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Selenium</​td>​
 +<​td>​217</​td>​
 +<​td>​423</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Silicon</​td>​
 +<​td>​1411</​td>​
 +<​td>​2572</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Silver,​ Pure</​td>​
 +<​td>​961</​td>​
 +<​td>​1761</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Silver,​ Sterling</​td>​
 +<​td>​893</​td>​
 +<​td>​1640</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Carbon Steel</​td>​
 +<​td>​1425 &#8211; 1540</​td>​
 +<​td>​2600 &#8211; 2800</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Stainless Steel</​td>​
 +<​td>​1510</​td>​
 +<​td>​2750</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Tantalum</​td>​
 +<​td>​2980</​td>​
 +<​td>​5400</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Thorium</​td>​
 +<​td>​1750</​td>​
 +<​td>​3180</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Tin</​td>​
 +<​td>​232</​td>​
 +<​td>​449.4</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Titanium</​td>​
 +<​td>​1670</​td>​
 +<​td>​3040</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Tungsten</​td>​
 +<​td>​3400</​td>​
 +<​td>​6150</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Yellow Brass</​td>​
 +<​td>​905 &#8211; 932</​td>​
 +<​td>​1660 &#8211; 1710</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +<tr>
 +<​td>​Zinc</​td>​
 +<​td>​419.5</​td>​
 +<​td>​787</​td>​
 +</tr>
 +</​tbody>​
 +</​table>​
 +</​html>​
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