yes, temperature does effect plastic if it gets to hot it can melt it.
That depends on the plastic.
Different "plastics" melt at different temperatures.
1000 Oc Aproximately
PVC plastic melts at 80C, but I don't know at what exact temperature Legos melt at. Legos can be made out of different types of plastic.
No, you cannot put plastic in the oven. The high temperature in an oven would melt the plastic and could start a fire.
As plastic does not conduct heat well and the temperature only rises slowly and can become as cold as the snow on it.
The answer depends on the temperature that it is subject to. At normal ambient temperatures it is not likely to melt.
there are two types of Plastics. the Thermoset and the Thermoplast. these Plastics all Melt, but @ different temperatures. the Thermoplast melts easily and can be recycled, while the thermoset has a property that makes it difficult to melt @ the temperature of the cooker that is being heated.this therefore explains why the Plastice does not melt because its thermoset Plastic and It has a higher temperature
There are many objects that can melt. Depending on the heat source and temperature plastic can melt. Metal also can melt as high temperatures. Cheese melts and so does chocolate.
Yes. Almost any plastic will melt when heated.
The heat caused by the fire gets conducted to water, so the ignition temperature of the plastic bag is not reached.
Yes - you can melt and re-melt plastic to re-cycle it many times.
assuming the same temperature metal is better at distributing energy so metal.
melt the plastic to the metal
Plastic, being the amorphous solid it doesn't have the accurate melting point. It melt gradually as the temperature rises. Glass are also belong to this type. Hence, amorphous solid are also known super cooled liquid.
It doesn't have a melting point as it is a thermosetting plastic, meaning it can be heated but it will not melt, instead the temperature will be raised until it burns. Hope this help :D
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ice can melt at room temperature. Anything that is liquid at room temperature would, in its frozen state, melt at room temperature. Oils, beverages and mercury - if in a frozen state - would melt when exposed to room temperature.
Depends on the type of plastic.
Wood. Plastic will melt.