Granite is a metamorphic rock formed by the cooling of molten rock or lava. The melting point of granite is around 1215-1260 degrees Celsius. This means that a granite block can easily
be melted using common methods such as a forge or a kiln.
However, it is important to note that granite is a very hard rock, so it will take longer to melt than other materials. For this reason, it is important to use high heat when melting granite. Otherwise, the granite will not fully melt and could solidify again.
When working with melted granite, it is also important to be cautious as the material can be very hot and cause burns at these higher temperatures.
This study was done in a laboratory to investigate igneous processes. The aim was to understand the temperature of magma and how it affects its formation.