Melt

Melt can refer to:

  • Melting, in physics, the process of heating a solid substance to a liquid
  • Melt (telecoms), Metallic Line Test
  • Melt (manufacturing), the semi-liquid material used in steelmaking and glassblowing
  • Melt (geology), magma
  • Melt inclusions, a feature of igneous rock
  • Melt sandwich or cheese melt, a grilled sandwich
  • A shortened form of meltdown, a whitewater kayaking technique
  • A shortened form of meltwater, water released from the thawing of snow and ice

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Other articles related to "melt":

Melt (manufacturing)
... Melt is the working material in the steelmaking process, in making glass, and when forming thermoplastics ... In thermoplastics, melt is the plastic in its forming temperature, which can vary depending on how it is being used ...
Charlie (album)
... Charlie is the third album by Melt-Banana ... Mike Patton says "MELT.. ... BANANA!" at the beginning of the song and Melt-Banana have sampled this through many of their other songs including "7.2 Seconds Flipping", "Brick Again" and the version of "Bad Gut Missed Fist ...
Melt - People
... Melt van Schoor, Namibian cricketer Melt Sieberhagen, South African actor. ...
Scratch Or Stitch
... Scratch or Stitch is an album by Melt-Banana ... housed in rubber packaging with a poster lyric sheet and a special Melt-Banana temporary tattoo ... Bungle helped establish Melt-Banana as one of the leading new Japanese punk rock bands ...
Cell-Scape
... Cell-Scape is the fifth album by Melt-Banana ... some of the longest songs written by Melt-Banana, including "Shield for Your Eyes" at 4 minutes long ... The last track on the album is uncharacteristic of Melt Banana's typical musical style it is a 10 minute long electronic ambient song ...

Famous quotes containing the word melt:

    He’s made a harp of her breast-bane,
    Whose sound wad melt a heart of stane.

    He’s ta’en three locks o’ her yellow hair,
    And wi’ them strung his harp sae rare.
    Unknown. Binnorie; or, The Two Sisters (l. 41–44)

    This pond never breaks up so soon as the others in this neighborhood, on account both of its greater depth and its having no stream passing through it to melt or wear away the ice.... It indicates better than any water hereabouts the absolute progress of the season, being least affected by transient changes of temperature. A severe cold of a few days’ duration in March may very much retard the opening of the former ponds, while the temperature of Walden increases almost uninterruptedly.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    O that I were a mockery king of snow,
    Standing before the sun of Bolingbroke,
    To melt myself away in water drops!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)