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Can you burn metal? - YouTube
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We all know that metal can withstand high temperatures and remain solid, or melt into a liquid form if it becomes hot enough, but can metal actually burn?
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When you "burn" something you simply combine it with oxygen, you oxidise it. Rapid buring of a metal can be achieved in the presence of heat and Oxygen to produce an ...
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Oct 18, 2007 · Hot Steel: Set a steel-wool pad ablaze using an ordinary match. I was 10 years old, but I'll never forget that day: The smell of bread in the oven. The ...
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Under normal circumstances, wood will burn first because it has a lower temperature of combustion than metal. That means a stick will catch fire and burn faster than ...
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To make your very own burn barrel, you first need a barrel. A 55 gallon (208.2 L) metal drum works best. These can often be had for free, or very cheaply, from ...
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Dec 24, 2009 · Can you burn metal? ChaCha Answer: All metals have melting points at which they liquefy. The only metal at room temperature is mercur...
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Feb 05, 2010 · Solution. If you accidentally burn a stainless-steel cooking pot dry, do not throw it away. Your pot will come clean with an old-fashioned remedy using ...
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Dec 04, 2007 · Well, if you do this you will definitely have a nice fire to look at as your entire house burns down. Not safe and will destroy more than the trash can.
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Yes, many of the more reactive metals can be burnt to produce their oxides. Magnesium is a good example of this which burns with a white light to produce MgO.
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What can burn through steel? | Steel is a form of iron and melts at 2400 degrees F. It's boiling point is 5400 degrees F. AnswerParty for now!
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Jun 11, 2008 · If you ever see a large industrial metal fire (yes, they happen) on the news, you may be surprised at what the firefighters do to extinguish it: nothing.
What Are the Dangers of Burning Aluminum Cans? | eHow
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