Temperature

# How can you use boiling points and melting points to determine a solid liquid or gas that an element would be in at a certain temperature?

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If the temperature is below the melting point then the element is a solid.If the temperature is above the melting point but below the boiling point, then the element is a liquid.

If the temperature is above the boiling point, then the element is a gas.

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## Related Questions

The boiling temperature of an element can change by changing the pressure.

The boiling point of an element, is that temperature in which the element changes from a liquid state to gaseous state

Boiling point of what element? And which temperature system- Celsius, kelvin, Fahrenheit? Specify!

It varies from element to element, but in general they have a lower boiling point. Many of them are a gas at room temperature

The boiling point of an element (with a certain atomic number) is expressed in degrees Kelvin and refers to the phase change (liquid to gas) this element makes at the boiling point.

Boiling point, melting point, and density are all physical properties of an element. They determine the state of the element.

-- pure alcohol at room temperature -- mercury at room temperature -- oxygen below its boiling temperature -- iron above its melting temperature -- nitrogen below its boiling temperature -- salt above its melting temperature -- gold above its melting temperature -- any other element or compound that is not H2O, above its melting temperature and below its boiling temperature

Yes, the melting point, and boiling point of an element are indeed the same thing. the important temperature point for an element is the boiling point

None.All elements have a melting and boiling point. It's like the water cycle, when it gets to a certain temperature outside it either becomes a solid, gas, or liquid

The boiling point of an element or a substance is the temperature at which the vapor pressure of the liquid equals the environmental pressure surrounding the liquid at this condition bubbles can be "inflated" and which we sees as it boils.

The temperature at which an element becomes a gas is its boiling point. The boiling point of nitrogen is 77.355 Kelvin, -195.795 degrees Celsius, and -320.431 degrees Fahrenheit.

The state of matter of a substance at room temperature depends on whether the melting and boiling points are above or below room temperature. At room temperature:A substance is solid if both the melting and boiling points are above room temperature.A substance is liquid if the melting point is below room temperature but the boiling point is above room temperature.A substance is a gas if both the melting point and boiling point are below room temperature.

The state of matter is changing, as with any element. However, just before the temperature reaches boiling point, it is in a liquid phase. Just after, it is in a gaseous phase. Boiling points differ based on the element, so this will be true with any element chosen.

The coldest boiling point of a particular element is hydrogen.

After the measurement of the temperature at the change of phase between liquid and gas phases.

Boiling happens at a specific temperature, which is 100 Degrees Celsius or 212 Degrees Fahrenheit. That's not the case with evaporation. It can happen at any temperature, even room temperature depending on factors like the type of element.

You would have to state a specific element or compound to determine this.

Water(H2O) is not an element. Because of their melting and boiling point.

The temperature in which a given substance will change from a liquid to a gas is its boiling point. Every element, compound and mixture has a different boiling point. Use an SI data book or the internet to find the boiling point of a particular suubstance.

All elements have boiling points. All element can also become solids if cooled to the proper temperature. However, with the vast number of solids in the world, there are just as many boiling points.

Generally, you can find the heat capacity for an element by placing a small amount of the element in a beaker of boiling water. Then you allow the element to sit in the water until it becomes the same temperature of the water.

Every element has a boiling point. The boiling point is the temperature at which the element changes from a liquid to a gas. Many elements will not boil in the presence of oxygen. For instance, in oxygen carbon will burn (coal). Without oxygen carbon will boil at 6917 degrees F.

Heat is generated by energy absorbed by element. Temperature co-effecient of the element and mount of electrical power excerted on the element determine heat energy output.

Melting point: the temperature at which the solid phase change to a liquid phase. Boiling point: the temperature at which the liquid phase change to a gas phase. Flash point: the lowest temperature at which a material vaporize and form with air a mixture able to ignite.

To a certain extent yes. In a balanced element the number of electrons match the number of protons in the core of the element. If electrons have been added or removed (as in an ion) then you would need to know the exact number added/removed, or rebalance the element, in order to determine the specific element.

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