What is the meting point and boiling point of steel?
The boiling point is 1300 degrees
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It melts at about 1300-1500 ÃÂ°C (2400 ÃÂ°F). The boiling point isprobable at 3 000 0C. Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon (and perhaps someother elements), and so its boiling point is not the same as iron.Most steel has other metals added to "tune" its properties, likestrength, corrosio…n resistance, or ease of fabrication. Steel isjust the element iron that has been processed to control the amountof carbon in it. Iron that is taken out of the ground, melts ataround 1510 degrees C (2750ÃÂ°F). Steel often melts at around 1370degrees C (2500ÃÂ°F). depends on the alloy of steel, but usually ataround 2500ÃÂ°F is the melting point (MORE)
The boiling point is the temperature at which a substance changesfrom a liquid to a gas. The boiling point depends on which element you are using. Forinstance, Water boils at about 100 degrees Celsius; however, oxygenboils at -183 degrees Celsius. As you can see, there is a hugedifference which mea…ns there are more elements that are way beyonda thousand degrees Celsius. (MORE)
A boiling point is the temperature when a liquid becomes gaseous.It is unique to the compound or mixture involved. The boiling pointof water is 212 degrees Fahrenheit.
(It has a melting point of-150.7 degrees Fahrenheit and a boilingof -29.27 degrees Fahrenheit.) Chlorine Melting point is 172 Kelvin (which is also its freezingpoint) Chlorine's boiling point is 239 Kelvin (which is also itscondensing point) For reference, water freezes at 273 Kelvin and boils at 3…73 Kelvin. This means that chlorine will remain a gas until quite coldtemperature of about negative 34 degrees centigrade. Those numbers above are valid under atmosphere pressure 14.7 PSI As soon as pressure changes, especially when Cl2 is beingtransferred through piping, boiling point ( condensing point) willalso go higher. For example; Cl2 is in gas form at 25 PSI if temperature is 24F (-4C , or 268K ) If you increase the pressure in your pipe up to 65 PSI fortransferring to further points then CL2 gas condenses (liquiifies)in the pipe. Reason is condensing temperature at 65 PSI is 54F (12C , or 285K) (MORE)
TIN Melting point:231.9 C (505.05 K, 449.41998 F) Boiling point: 2270.0 C (2543.15 K, 4118.0 F Edit. That is what wikipedia states but why do so many books and websites give a temperature around 2600Â°C for the boiling point of tin? Can we all stop pretending that the internet agrees on th…is value please? It is time for a stand up fight to sort this out once and for all. (MORE)
Mercury's boiling point is 629.88â K (356.73âÂ° C , 674.11âÂ° F ).. The melting point is 234.32â K (-38.83âÂ° C , -37.89âÂ° F ). The melting point of mercury is -38.87 o C at SATP
Yes, melting is the process of a solid turning into a liquid while boiling turns a liquid into a gas. Added: The last (boiling point) is always higher than the first mentioned melting point.
melting point = 1235.08 K, 962 ÂºC, 1571 ÂºF boiling point = 2485.15 K, 2212 ÂºC, 3571 ÂºF
Water boils at 212Â°F or 100 degrees Celsius, and freezes at 32Â° For 0 degrees Celsius.
No, boiling point is not the same as melting point.. Boiling point is the point at which a liquid begins to become a gas. (Water begins to become water vapor at about 212 degrees fahrenheit, or 100 celsius). Melting point is the point at which a sold begins to become a solid. (Ice begins to become… water at about 32 degrees fahrenheit, or 0 degrees celsius) (MORE)
Magnesium boils at: 3134 K,â2862 Â°C,â5182 Â°F . Magnesium melts at: 1811 K,â1538 Â°C,â2800 Â°F
I don't know the freezing point, but the melting point is 63(k) while the boiling point is 77(k). (:
Melting Point: 1811 K (1538 Â°C or 2800 Â°F) Boiling Point: 3134 K (2862 Â°C or 5182 Â°F)
Mendelevium's melting point is supposed to be 827 0 C and its boiling point is unknown.
No, it's not. The boiling point is much higher then the condensation point because a lot of energy is required to break connections between molecules in either liquid or solid.
Helium doesnt have any melting point as it cannot be a solid. Its boiling point is . -268.93 Â°C.
The boiling point of hydrogen is -252,87 0 C. The melting point of hydrogen is -259,14 0 C.
239.11 K The melting point of chlorine is -101,5 0 C. The boiling point of chlorine is - 34,04 0 C. .
Melting point: -233 to -33 Â°C, 40 to 240 K, -388 to -28 Â°F Boiling point: -13 to -9 Â°C, 260 to 264 K, 8 to 16 Â°F
Quite the opposite. The dew point is the temperature at which water vapor will condense from a gas to a liquid. Boiling point is the temperature at which water turns from a liquid to a gas.
Boiling point of milk is close to the boiling point of water thatis 100 degrees centigrade at sea level but milk has additionalmolecules in it and therefore the boiling point of milk is slightlyhigher than water. How much higher than water depends upon thechemical composition of the milk.
Melting is simply the reverse of freezing. The secret to it is that it takes quite a bit of heat movement to make a substance change from the freezing point. Heat moves out of substance in freezing, and heat moves into a substance to make it thaw.
I am not sure but may be it is because none of the substances have a fixed boiling point. The substance starts changing its state from liquid to gas before the mentioned boiling point . For example Boiling point of H2O is 100.but it change it changes its state before it.Therefore there are boiling… range not boiling point. (MORE)
well basically you just get water at boil it when you see steam you know you have reached the boiling pointbecause the boiling point is just the temperature at which the liquid turns into gas bubbles =)
Mp: 340 Â°C, 613 K, 644 Â°F Bp: 360 Â°C (sublimes) Vapor pressure: 1 mmHg at 384 Â°C
Mp = -72 Â°C, 201 K, -98 Â°F Bp = -10 Â°C, 263 K, 14 Â°F
Today are known more than 2 000 types of steel; each type has different physical properties. The boiling point of steels are above 1 400 0 C.
It is the temperature at which the vapor prussure of a liquid is equal to the standard atmospheric pressure (1 atm = 760 torr). Boiling point: the temperature of the phase change from liquid to gas. Melting point: the temperature of the phase change from solid to liquid.
The freezing point of water is : 0Â°C, 32Â°F or 273.15 Kelvin The boiling point of water is : 100Â°C, 212Â°F or 373.15 Kelvin
The melting point of graphene is estimated at about 3900 K /6,560 degrees Fahrenheit; one of the highest known for any material. No boiling point has yet been established.
Freezing point is the phase change from a liquid to a solid, whereas boiling point is the phase change from a liquid to a gas.
The melting point of einsteinium is 860 0 C; the boiling point was not determined. .
Melting Point: 920.0 Â°C (1193.15 K, 1688.0 Â°F) Boiling Point: 3469.0 Â°C (3742.15 K, 6276.2 Â°F)
Freezing point is the temperature required to turn a liquid into a solid. Boiling point is the temperature required to turn a liquid into a gas. Almost everything has a freezing and boiling point. If you mean water well The freezing point is 0 o C The boiling point is 100 o C If you add a …bit salt to the water to make saline then the freezing point is changed and lowered somewhere in the region of -10c (which is why we salt grit our roads in winter) (MORE)
There are 3 basic states of matter. These are solid, liquid and gas. The melting point is the temperature at which matter changes completely from solid to liquid, thereby melting. The boiling point is the point at which matter changes completely from liquid to gas, thereby evaporating. It isn't call…ed evaporating point because many liquids partially evaporate long before reaching their boiling point. For water, the melting point is 0 degrees centigrade, and the boiling point is 100 degrees centigrade. (MORE)
Beer is NOT a pure compound but a mixture of (mainly) water, alcohol, sugar, many aroma and flavour compounds in small amounts. Its overall boiling point is about 100 o C and the freezing point -0.3 o C.
Melting point of magnesium: 650 0 C Boiling point of magnesium: 1 091 0 C
According to the Wikipedia article on beryllium, its melting point is 1287 degrees Celsius, and its boiling point is 2469 degrees Celsius. Click on the related link below to learn more about the element beryllium.
Ununtrium (Uut) Ununtrium is the temporary name of a chemical element with the temporary symbol Uut and atomic number 113. Boiling points: 1400 K,â1100 Â°C,â2000 Â°F Melting points: 700 K,â430 Â°C,â810 Â°F
Zirconium (Zr) - Melting points: 2128 K,â1855 Â°C,â3371 Â°F Boiling points: 4682 K,â4409 Â°C,â7968 Â°F
That depends on what kind of octane you are referring to. n-octane has much different melting and boiling points than iso-octane. Octane has 18 structural isomers. Assuming the person asking the question is interested in either n-octane or iso-octane: n-octane melting point: â57 Â°C, 2…16 K, -71 Â°F boiling point: 125.52 Â°C, 399 K, 258 Â°F iso-octane (also known as 2,2,4-Trimethylpentane or isooctane ) melting point: -107.38 Â°C, 166 K, -161 Â°F boiling point: 99.3 Â°C, 372 K, 211 Â°F (MORE)
The Boiling Point is the point at which a substance at liquid state boils. The temperature that the liquid has to reach to be at Boiling Point (B.P) ranges, it is different for each liquid. The B.P for water is 100 degrees Celsius.
According to the Wikipedia article on toluene, its melting point is -95 degrees C, and its boiling point is 110.6 degrees C.
Boiling point is the temperature point at which a liquid becomes a gas while melting point is the point at which a solid becomes a liquid.
Melting point is a temperature in which solid change into liquid form and boiling point in which liquid convert into gas form
Boiling point of"Ne" is 27.07 K , . Freezing point of Ne is 24.56 K .
Tetraoxidre is H4O. Its Melting Point is 995.45 Degrees Fahrenheit and its boiling point is an extremly high 14,290.15 Degrees Fahrenheit.
Melting point: the temperature at which a solid become a liquid. Boiling point: the temperature at which a liquid become a gas.
No. The boiling point is higher temp. than the melting point. Whensomething is melted, it becomes liquid: when something is boiled,it begins to become vapor.
"Stainless steel" refers to a group of steels with similarcompositions so since there are different compositions, there isnot just a single boiling point that would apply to all stainlesssteels. A reasonable estimate that should be close enough for mostpurposes and most types of stainless steels wou…ld be about 5400 Â°F(approx. 3000 Â°C) (MORE)