What Is the Melting Point of Stainless Steel?

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The melting point of stainless steel is 1,510 degrees Celsius. Stainless steel is a steel alloy that does not corrode, rust or stain with water as regular steel does. It differs from carbon steel by the quantity of chromium present.
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The melting point of 310 stainless steel is 2650 deg F.
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A stainless steel, a steel alloy with a minimum of 10.5/11% chromium content by mass, has a melting point of 2550 degrees Farenheit or 1363 degrees Celcius.
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"Stainless" is not one monolithic material - but I went to an authortative website and ot the followin information: Melting Point 1230 - 1530 °C. 2250 - 2790 °F.
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The melting point of sand is at 1723 degrees C. Sand is also known as silica dioxide or Quartz. Once it melts then cools it will form glass!
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