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The molten iron reached it's boiling point, evaporated and is now a gas!
Wait there is still a chance. I have the Iron Gas in the vapor chamber! I will now have to lower the temperature to condense the gas back to a liquid.
Yes, it is now a liquid, but I still need to freeze it into a sold.
Yes finally it is a solid and is molded! Ill have to wait for my lunch break though. No distractions!
Now thanks to the Phase Changes applied to the iron, it is now ready for industrial use!
Iron exists in all three states of matter, and all of these states are used industrially. In room temperature it is solid iron. When melted to 2795 degrees Fahrenheit it is liquid or molten iron. When "boiled" at 4982 degrees Fahrenheit it becomes iron gas, which needs to be sealed in a vapor chamber immediately. Gas iron only requires it's temperature lowered to become a liquid or solid form of iron.
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