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    Melting Temperature of Aluminum?

    What is the range for the melting Temperature of Aluminum?

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    Melting Points of Various Metals

    Melting Points
    Metal Fahrenheit (f) Celsius (c)
    Aluminum 1218 659
    Brass 1700 927
    Bronze 1675 913
    Cast Iron 2200 1204
    Copper 1981 1083
    Gold 1945 1063
    Lead 327 163
    Magnesium 1204 651
    Nickel 2646 1452
    Silver 1761 951
    Steel 2500 1371
    Tungsten 6150 3399
    Wrought Iron 2700 1482
    Zinc 787 419

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    Aluminum is one of the most heavily utilized metals in the world today. Once it has been extracted, it can be used for numerous functions. Aluminum is easily recycled and selling aluminum scrap has become quite profitable. To melt aluminum you will need to have a furnace capable of high temperatures and the proper equipment and safety procedures in place.
    melting point is:1,221F (660.3C)

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    The melting temperature of aluminum foil is 660 degrees Celsius (1,220 degrees Fahrenheit) at standard pressure, so it won’t melt with temperatures encountered in a standard household oven. The physical form of the aluminum, whether powder, blocks, foil or some other shape, does not affect the melting point as long as the metal is relatively pure; melting point is an intrinsic property of the metal, but shape is not.

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    Aluminium is a chemical element in the boron group with symbol Al and atomic number 13. It is a silvery-white, soft, nonmagnetic, ductile metal. Aluminium is the third most abundant element, and the most abundant metal in the Earth's crust.And the melting point is 660.3C

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    Melting point of aluminium is 660.3 C

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