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Ice melt is made up of chemicals that are intended to melt ice. These chemicals often include salt as well.
There are MANY plastics, and therefore, many chemicals that will melt those individual plastics.
which are the chemicals that melt stones, give that chemicals name
melt him in lava it can melt the metal off mario
Zinc, Lead, Tin any metal that is on the softer side would melt.
Because polyester is made from synthetic, petroleum-based chemicals. which melt.
If enough electrical energy is put into a metal, it can easily melt that metal.
melt the plastic to the metal
no because it is too close to the sun and the metal will melt
All metals melt at high temperature... the metal that doesn't melt is mercury as it is already liquid at room temperature..... There is no metal that undergoes sublimation unlike non-metals.
In case of common salt, chlorine and sodium. In case of any other salt, a metal and a non-metal.
All the alkali metals will melt.
Ice would melt a whole lot faster on metal than on wood. Ice normally acumilates on wood and when it touches a hard surface such as metal it starts to melt.
Yes, you can melt silver with a Bunsen burner. In fact, you can melt any metal using a Bunsen burner, just so long as you have the patience and time! Ribbit! xoxoxoxoxox
The metal container will melt faster because it is a conductor of heat.
Water because soda has many chemicals that make it melt slower.
it is because the have chemicals in it so that they melt faster than other plastics
metal: yeswood: yesplastic: no, because the chemicals in plastic will melt into the food and most of the times its toxin
you can melt them
you melt it
Don't confuse the process of melting, which is caused by heat, with the process of dissolving, which is caused by solvents such as acid. Acid can dissolve metal, but it does not melt metal.
It does not melt metal.