Different types of plastics have drastically different melting points, which means some plastics such as polyvinyl chloride plastics can melt at as low as 165 degrees Fahrenheit, while other types such as the plastic in ... More »

The melting point of plastic depends on the polymer makeup of the plastic, and it can be low to high. The temperature at which a plastic melts is called the melt transition temperature because it is not defined. More »

Melted plastic on a stove does not necessarily ruin the surface. It's often possible to remove the melted plastic from the surface of a stove. More »

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The most common types of recyclable plastics are polyethylene terephthalate and high-density polyethylene, but many other types of plastics are recyclable, including polyvinyl chloride, low-density polyethylene, polyprop... More »

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It takes between 10 to 12 minutes to completely melt an ice cube on concrete with an ambient temperature of 109 degrees Fahrenheit. Ice melts at different speeds based on a range of factors such as the temperature of the... More »

Most glass takes on a more fluid consistency at temperatures of around 1350 degrees Fahrenheit. At this temperature, glass has the consistency of honey or syrup. More »

Ice cubes melt because they are frozen water; when placed at a temperature above 32 degrees Fahrenheit while at 1 atmosphere of pressure, they undergo a phase transition to liquid water. The melting and freezing points o... More »

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