littlesmartman94
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Help: How can you measure the temperature of powdered iron?

Postby littlesmartman94 » Sun Jan 07, 2007 8:26 am

Hello,
I am currently doing a Science Fair project on iron magnification. However, I can not finish my data without the temperature fo the powdered iron. Is there a way to measure powdered iron, or is it just impossible to do?
JARED A JOHNSON :)

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Re: Help: How can you measure the temperature of powdered ir

Postby Louise » Sun Jan 07, 2007 10:43 am

littlesmartman94 wrote:Hello,
I am currently doing a Science Fair project on iron magnification. However, I can not finish my data without the temperature fo the powdered iron. Is there a way to measure powdered iron, or is it just impossible to do?


Hi. I don't understand what you are asking. Are you looking for the melthing temperature of powdered iron, needed to know the temperature at which to do a reaction or what? I also don't know what "iron magnification" is. If you provide more information, maybe people could answer your question better.


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