Fuel Gas & Melting Temperatures - Different fuel gasses (acetylene, propane, natural gas) burn at different temperatures and are best suited for different jewelry operations. This chart outlines the maximum temperatures at which common fuel gasses burn along with the melting points of some of the most common metals used in jewelry and metalsmithing.
Nitrogen – Specific Heat #nitrogen #heat #capacity, #nitrogen #specific #heat http://oklahoma.nef2.com/nitrogen-specific-heat-nitrogen-heat-capacity-nitrogen-specific-heat/ # The values above apply to undissociated states. At high temperatures above 1500 K dissociation becomes appreciable and pressure is a significant variable. Nitrogen accounts for 78 % of the atmospheric air volume. Nitrogen is an inert, neutral and colorless gas. Related Topics Material Properties – Material properties…
Solder 101: Its Forms and Melting Temperatures for Successfully Soldering Jewelry
Gold, silver and copper - pressure and melting temperature
Did you know that the melting temperature of silver is 961.8 degrees celsius and the melting temperature of copper is 1085 degrees celsius. Here we used easy silver solder to join the silver and copper, which melts at around 705 - 723 degrees celsius. £25