What is the melting temperature of titanium?
Titanium has a high melting point of 3135°F (1725°C). This melting point is approximately 400°F above the melting point of steel and approximately 2000°F above that of aluminum. ...
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Why do electric plug do not get melted after even the wires present inside them get melted due to overheating?
this is due to the high melting point of metals.all plugs are made of steel which has a very high melting point ...
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Do solids have a high or low melting point?
That depends on the solid: ice has a very low melting point, lard and butter have low melting points, chocolate has a relatively low melting point, wax has an intermediate melting point, lead has a high melting point, iron has a very high melting point, tungsten has an extremely high melting point. ...
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How do electric plugs not melt even if the wires inside them get overheated?
this is due to the high melting point of metals.all plugs are made of steel which has a very high melting poin ...
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What is the temperature called at which a solid changes to a liquid?
This is called the melting point (symbol Tm). The melting point is different for different elements, compounds, and materials. Some solids, wax for example, has a relatively low melting point, while the melting point of some alloys, such as steel, is very high. The melting point of ice is the freezing point of water, subject to the enthalpy of fusion (the heat of fusion). ...
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The benefit of high speed steel?
High Speed Steel is not a type of steel. It is a designation given to any tool that is capable of cutting into or through steel at high speed. A drill bit for example. Refer to the question "What is the difference between mild steel and high speed steel" for a more thorough answer. ...