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I'm afraid not at least not directly. The water temp for baseboard to be effective is at least 140 up to 200 and the water temp for a radiant zone is 120 max. The only way you can do this is if you install a mixing valve (to lower the water temp to the radiant) and a circulator/pump.
Radiant flooring water temp is 120 max because anything hotter would make the floor too hot to walk on. The rating of the tubing has nothing to do with system design temp.
Please post follow up questions here instead of a new question thread. It doesn't matter. Any radiant floor system is never run at temps above 120. In fact 100 to 110 is the more common design temp.