How Hot Does Glass Have to Be to Melt?

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How hot glass has to be to melt depends on the type of glass, how thick it is and precisely what it is made of. Some glass will melt at 200 degree Fahrenheit. Other glass will not melt until it reaches 900 degrees Fahrenheit.
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The melting point of glass is at 2600-2900 degrees F (1425-1600 degrees C) depending on its composition.
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It depends on its composition! Some glass will melt at temperatures as low as 500C, or 932 degrees F.
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