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Metals and Alloys - Melting Temperatures

Melting temperatures of common metals and alloys

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Melting point is the temperature at which a substance changes from solid to liquid state.

Melting points for some metals and alloys:

MetalMelting Point
(oC)
Admiralty Brass 900 - 940
Aluminum 660
Aluminum Alloy 463 - 671
Aluminum Bronze 1027 - 1038
Antimony 630
Babbitt 249
Beryllium 1285
Beryllium Copper 865 - 955
Bismuth 271.4
Brass, Red 1000
Brass, Yellow 930
Cadmium 321
Chromium 1860
Cobalt 1495
Copper 1084
Cupronickel 1170 - 1240
Gold, 24K Pure 1063
Hastelloy C 1320 - 1350
Inconel 1390 - 1425
Incoloy 1390 - 1425
Iridium 2450
Iron, Wrought 1482 - 1593
Iron, Gray Cast 1127 - 1204
Iron, Ductile 1149
Lead 327.5
Magnesium 650
Magnesium Alloy 349 - 649
Manganese 1244
Manganese bronze 865 - 890
Mercury -38.86
Molybdenum 2620
Monel 1300 - 1350
Nickel 1453
Niobium (Columbium) 2470
Osmium 3025
Palladium 1555
Phosphorus 44
Platinum 1770
Plutonium 640
Potassium 63.3
Red Brass 990 - 1025
Rhenium 3186
Rhodium 1965
Ruthenium 2482
Selenium 217
Silicon 1411
Silver, Coin 879
Silver, Pure 961
Silver, Sterling 893
Sodium 97.83
Solder 50 - 50 215
Steel, Carbon 1425 - 1540
Steel, Stainless 1510
Tantalum 2980
Thorium 1750
Tin 232
Titanium 1670
Tungsten 3400
Uranium 1132
Vanadium 1900
Yellow Brass 905 - 932
Zinc 419.5
Zirconium 1854

Gold, Silver and Copper - Pressure and Melting Temperatures

Gold, silver and copper - melting temperatures vs. pressure

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