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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melting_points_of_the_elements_(data_page)

The Gmelin rare earths handbook lists 1522 °C and 1550 °C as two melting points given in the literature, the most recent reference [Handbook on the chemistry and physics of rare earths, vol.12 (1989)] is given with 1529 °C. The World Book encyclopedia from 2002 lists 1529 °C. 69 Tm thulium. use, 1818 K, 1545 °C, 2813 ° ...

www.engineeringtoolbox.com/melting-temperature-metals-d_860.html

Metal, Melting Point. (oC), (oF). Admiralty Brass, 900 - 940, 1650 - 1720. Aluminum, 660, 1220. Aluminum Alloy, 463 - 671, 865 - 1240. Aluminum Bronze, 1027 - 1038, 1881 - 1900. Antimony, 630, 1170. Babbitt, 249, 480. Beryllium, 1285, 2345. Beryllium Copper, 865 - 955, 1587 - 1750. Bismuth, 271.4, 520.5. Brass, Red ...

www.onlinemetals.com/meltpt.cfm

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www.americanelements.com/meltingpoint.html

Melting points of steel, copper, aluminum, iron, metals, alloys, other organic & inorganic materials: American Elements Toolbox.

uniweld.com/en/resources/product-info/alloys/melting-point-chart

Metal or Alloy, Melting Point. °F, °C. Aluminum, buy pure, 1218, 658. Brass and Bronze, 1600-1660, 871-904. Copper, 1981, 1083. Iron, generic Cast and Malleable, 2300, 1260. Lead, Pure, 620, 327. Magnesium, 1240, 671. Monel, 2400, 1316. Nickel, 2646, 1452. Silver, Pure, 1762, 961. Steel, Hi-Carbon (0.40% to 0.70% ...

www.steelforge.com/literature/metal-melting-ranges

All Metals & Forge Group is an ISO 9001:2008, AS/EN9100:2009 Rev. C manufacturer of open die forgings and seamless rolled rings.

www.rbcompany.com/files/rb/files/resources/MELTING-POINT-OF-METALS.pdf

MELTING POINT OF METALS ––––––––––––––––––––––. 0. 0. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. 600. 700. 800. 900. 1,000. 1,100. 1,200. 1,300. 1,400. 1,900. 2,000. 2,100. 2,200. 2,300. 2,400. 2,500. 2,600. 2,700. 2,800. 2,900. 3,000. 1,500. 1,600 . 1,700. 1,800. 100. Black Heat. Faint Red. Blood Red. Dark Cherry. Medium Cherry.

www.gizmology.net/fusiblemetals.htm

"Fusible" just means "meltable", but the term has come to be used as "low melting point". Some of these alloys can be melted in hot water; all can be melted in a normal oven. Those listed here are made up of Bismuth, Lead, Tin, Cadmium, and/or Indium. Bismuth is a heavy, white to pink, crystalline, brittle, highly diamagnetic ...

userblogs.ganoksin.com/cgmfindings/2012/10/03/metal-melting-points-guide-to-melting-metals

Oct 3, 2012 ... Learn the Celsius and Fahrenheit of various metals to get an understanding of melting point for soldering, fusing, casting and forging.