Construction grade steel burns at 2795 degrees Fahrenheit. Jet fuel does not burn this hot. Its maximum temperature is 1472 degrees Fahrenheit.
Most synthetic fabrics made of plastic such as polyester will melt when heated enough as in a microwave. Natural plant/animal fiber fabrics such as wool, cotton, linen will not melt but will burn at high temperatures. Mineral fabrics such as asbestos will neither burn or melt unless exposed to extremely high temperatures.
Meltdown, also it's not just the fuel rods that melt, structural supports, control rods, etc. can melt when this happens.
Diamonds do not melt, but they can burn. Diamonds are formed at extremely high pressure and temperatures, but will burn in the presence of oxygen, like an oxygen torch at 1472 degrees Fahrenheit.
No, if the button was made of 100% wood it would catch fire and burn.
If the solid is made of ice, then it will melt. But if you have enough heat, you can make the solid item melt.
It can heat it enough to weaken it, but it won't melt it.
No. Lava is generally not hot enough to melt steel.
It doesn't dissolve steel beams, but jet fuel can under some conditions burn hot enough to at least soften steel beams, which can cause them to collapse if they're under load.The open air burning temperature of jet fuel A or A1 (the most common types of commercial jet fuels in the US) is about 2000 degrees Fahrenheit or less; most steels melt at about 2500 Fahrenheit, so if you just lay a beam on a puddle of burning fuel it's unlikely to melt. However, that much heat will cause the steel beams to expand, and if they're bolted together that will disrupt the stability of a structure... in addition to the softening (structural steel loses about 50% of its strength at as low as 1100 degrees, and over 1800 degrees the figure is closer to 90%).Also, in a forced air draft jet fuel burns considerably hotter than it does if it's just sitting there in still air. Under optimal conditions ... such as those found in a jet engine ... jet fuel may burn at closer to 4000 degrees.
No, some burn or decompose before they get hot enough to melt.
No, a forge is not hot enough to actually melt steel. However it is hot enough to make steel pliable .
no it will just melt
yes that is how anything made of steel is made, like swords
which are the chemicals that melt stones, give that chemicals name
No you need heat to melt cheese, tomatoes do not possess enough heat unless you burn them.
Plenty of metals have high enough melting points that they would not melt in lava.
The aluminium foil will probably melt.
Depends on the metal, but for steel it is hot enough to melt the steel- and steel melts at 2600-2800 degrees F.