There is no lower limit but absolute zero. At 1800 K water begins to come apart into 2H and O, dependent on pressure and temp.
if magnets are heated in temperatures above 760 c they lose their magnetic properties
The maximum temperature at which meat should be stored should be 40 degrees. When heated, meat should reach temperatures of 160 degrees Fahrenheit or higher.
steel is all three. when it is heated it melts into a liquid. if it is heated even more it evaporates into a gas. if gas steel is cooled it condenses into liquid steel and if liquid steel is colled even more it hardens into a solid again
Most things change when heated, but at certain temperatures. For instance, ice cubes, water, metal, etc.
it turns into liquid
No, NaCl is not affected by such temperatures.
Gases in them are heated into high temperatures.
when matter is heated to 10,000 degrees celsius it becomes plasma.
Slate is among the natural stones that can withstand high temperatures.
When water is heated at extremely high temperatures.
When carbon compounds are heated sufficiently, they will undergo thermal decomposition, or thermolysis. Different substances will have different decomposition temperatures.
A crucible is used to contain chemical compounds when heated to extremely high temperatures.
The sun is mainly composed of hydrogen and helium heated to extreme temperatures by nuclear fusion.
the wavelength of emission becomes shorter
They live in around 75-85 degree temperatures
enzymes undergo denaturation when heated to high temperatures
Plasticine is a solid at room temperature, but when heated above 40 C, it becomes like paint. When heated in an oven at high temperatures, it is a liquid.
They both release carbon dioxide,but at different temperatures
glass itself is made from sand that has been heated at very high temperatures.
when motor oil is heated it viscotity rises and becomes thicker
an enclosed structure in which material can be heated to very high temperatures, e.g., for smelting metals.
Steam has a minimum temperature of 212 degrees Fahrenheit or 100 degrees Celsius, because those are the temperature at which water boils under normal pressure. Once steam goes below those temperatures it turns back into water. Steam can be heated above those temperatures under certain conditions and is then called superheated steam.
yes it can damage your hair but that is if you heated it to a maximum level of heat.
It's not. Sugar molecules dissolve faster in warmer temperatures. When molecules are heated, they become agitated, causing dissolution to occur.
solid rock must be squeezed and heated to high temperatures.