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Iron has a melting point of 1535.0 degrees Celsius or 2795.0 degrees Fahrenheit. It has a boiling point of 2750.0 degrees Celsius or 4982.0 degrees Fahrenheit. More »

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The melting point, also known as the freezing point, of a metal is the temperature at which it changes from a solid to a liquid. At the melting point, the substance is able to exist as both a solid and liquid in equilibr... More »

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Steel, an alloy of iron, carbon and small amounts of other metals, melts at approximately 1370 degrees Celsius. Because the exact chemical composition of different steel alloys varies, the melting point differs slightly ... More »

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