First let me say sorry, if this bores you. Last Night: I was reading another "Thread" about Induction Heating, I didn't know what it was until then, but in another "Thread" in another "Forum" they were talking about "Solder Pots." So I began to wonder? My Question in 2 parts: Part 1: Would solder be liquified in a vessel made of ceramic, using this method of heating? or is the Molecular structure to loosely bound in lead, therefor not heat by itself. Part 2: Do you think it could be heated in a vessel and liquified faster than a normal "Solder Pot" using this method of heating?