A small particle of silica, carried through the channel by the inductor's circulation, touches the magnesia refractory and forms a glass whose melting point
is lower than the temperature of the channel.
British Telecom researchers initially suggested that the fiber core had to be heated above its melting point
of approximately 1,700 [degrees] C to start the process.
Thus, they say, melting point
could make a difference in a grasshopper's ability to survive.
The melting point
of PHO decreased as the elongation increased.
21-g/cc copolyesters have a melting point
of 108 C (226 F) and offer good contact clarity, adhesion, and elongation (up to 800%).
It will be obvious from the foregoing that there are no clear boundaries between these three recognized classes of petroleum wax, and that a continuous spectrum exists, ranging from the lowest melting point
simplest paraffin wax of almost 100% alkane content to the somewhat higher melting point
and vastly more complex microcrystalline wax containing almost 100% branched chain iso alkane or `non normal' high molecular weight hydrocarbons.
Compared with other barrier resins, PGA's melting point
is closer to that of PET.
The antifreezes don't lower the temperature at which ice melts -- only the temperature at which ice rapidly crystallizes -- so there are a few degrees between the melting point
and freezing point of such an antifreeze solution.
Their unique molecular structure is said to produce exceptional gloss and clarity (see graph opposite), a lower melting point
(265 F), and low levels of extractables.
Researchers have recently found experimental evidence for just such an effect, known as "premelting," in lead at temperatures well below its melting point
Electronic Auction: Implementation of works on collection, removal from the customer~s territory and processing of snow masses at the snow melting point
developed extruded or molded self-healing profiles consisting of 85 wt% of 1-butene/ethylene copolymer with up to 18 mol% ethylene content, no detectable melting point
, and up to 15 wt% of a propylene copolymer with a melting point
of 126 to 200[degrees]C.