Boiling point for calcium?
967 degrees Celsius
Bleach is not a single chemical substance: many chemicals can be used in the bleaching process such as chlorine, hydrogen peroxide, sodium or calcium hypochlorite. Each of these has a different boiling point. The commonest domestic bleaching agent if sodium hypochlorite (NaClO) which has a boiling point of 101 deg C.
Does calcium chloride raise or lower boiling point and freezing point of water at standard pressure?
The boiling point will increase with the addition of CaCl. I did an experiment where I added 13.002g of CaCl to 30mL of H2O and it raised the boiling point to 112oC. The initial reaction of CaCl and water produces heat in itself. The solution I used raised the water temperature to 75oC before the heat source was added to the water. I haven't experimented with the freezing point yet but I am assuming it…
Calcium is considered a Metal since is in position 2 of the periodic table, it is also malleable which is a property of metals and it has also a high melting and boiling point (as shown below) also a property of metals. It can be beaten into extremely thin sheets. It can be pressed, rolled, and cut. Melting point is 851 degrees Centigrade. Boiling point is 1482 degrees Centigrade.
No, the chemical properties of calcium and bromine are not similar. The melting point for Calcium is 8390C, bromine's is -7.250C. Calcium's boiling point is 1484°C, bromine's is 58.750C. etc. Calcium is a silvery white, soft alkaline earth metal. Although none of the alkaline earths occur free in nature, calcium compounds are abundant. Bromine is a reddish-brown liquid, and it has a metallic luster in solid form.
I am not sure but may be it is because none of the substances have a fixed boiling point. The substance starts changing its state from liquid to gas before the mentioned boiling point . For example Boiling point of H2O is 100.but it change it changes its state before it.Therefore there are boiling range not boiling point.