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effect of heat on iron

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  1. *Increase in temperature.
    *Loss of strength at high temperature.
    *Melting at 1535 C
    *Loss of magnetization.
    *"Heat treatment" aqnd annealing of some iron alloys increases strength. See
    http://www.ductile.org/didata/Section7/7intro.htm

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