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All substances have melting points and boiling points. A melting point is merely the temperarture at which it changes from a solid to liquid and vice versa. The boiling point of a substance would be the temperature at which it changes from liquid to gas and vice versa.

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The melting point of iodine is 113.5 degrees Celsius The melting point of iodine is 113.5 degrees Celsius


The melting point of copper is 1 084,62 oC.The melting point of iodine is 113,7 oC.The melting point of naptalene is 78,2 oC.


The freezing point of iodine is 113.7 °C, the same as its melting point.


Melting point 113.5°C Boiling point 184.35°C


Iodine (I) Melting point: 386.85 K, 113.7 °C, 236.66 °F Boiling point: 457.4 K, 184.3 °C, 363.7 °F


Otherwise known as its melting point: 113.7oC.


Iodine melting point is above room temperature because its vapor pressure is less than one atmosphere.


solid iodine also exists as I2 molecules which are held together through weak vander waal's forces so the melting point of iodine is very low.



1. By slow heating of the crystals; the melting point of iodine is 113,7 0C. 2. Iodine in solution is not liquid iodine !


Iodine melts at 113.7 °C, or 236.66 °F. Use the link below for more information.


Yes, it has strong enough Van Der Waals force present so Iodine can form a solid. But the energy required to break this bond is relatively weak, therefore has a low melting point.


The melting point of iodine is 113 oC and the boiling point is 184o C So at 150 oC it will be a liquid


Iodine melting is a physical change.


The melting point of iodine is 113.7 °C, so it is a solid at room temperature. See related link. i thought it was 114


The chemical formula for iodine monochloride is ICl. It is an interhalogen compound that has a melting point of around room temperature.


Iodine molecule , I2 has a low melting point because it has simple molecular structure which is held by weak Van der Waals force. Hence small amount of heat required to break the bond.


457.4 K. note iodine sublimes uunder normal conditions i.e. vaporises without melting


Fluorine: 53.48 KBromine: 266 K Chlorine: 171.7 K Iodine: 386.9 K


Iodine, at p=p0,Boiling point 457.4 K,  184.3 °C(So I don't know if you'd call this high or low? compared with what?)However the difference with melting point of Iodine (386.85 K,  113.7 °C) is remarkably small (


Melting point:- 386.85 K, 113.7 °C, 236.66 °F Boiling point:-457.4 K, 184.3 °C, 363.7 °F


Element......|..Melting point(K)..|...Boiling point(K)Fluorine.............|........53.53........................|....85.03 Chlorine.............|.......171.60.......................|...239.11Bromine.............|........265.80......................|...332.0Iodine................|........386.85......................|....457.40Astatine.............|..........575..........................|.....610(?)


The boiling point and the melting point of halogens is increasing from fluorine to iodine. Boiling points of halogens are: - Fluorine: -188,12 0C - Chlorine: -34,04 0C - Bromine: 137,8 0C - Iodine: 184,3 0C


The physical properties of iodine crystal: Melting point: 113,7 oCBoiling point: 184,3 oCDensity: 4,933 g/cm3Thermal conductivity: 0,449 W/m.KDiamagneticOrthorombic


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