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Melting and boiling points are different for each compound or element.

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ionic solids having highly melting and boiling points


Solids have higher melting and boiling points than liquids and liquids have higher melting and boiling points than gases.


The melting point of solids and boiling points of liquids are intrinsic properties and can be used to identify them. And to separate mixtures as well, as in fractional distillation.


Well,its because the particles that constitute solids are closer together hence the forces of attraction are greater rising the boiling point and melting points are raised as the heat try to break the bonds


Melting and Boiling PointsWhen heat is transferred in a space the average energy of the particles - the temperature of the substance - is affected, by increasing or decreasing. A substance will change it's state when it reaches certain temperatures - called boiling and melting points. At everyday temperatures on Earth, most substances are either gases or solids.


Yes, molecular solids have relatively low melting points.


Ionic solids are characterized by high melting points.


The boiling points of ionic solids tend to be very high.


The pressure is not important for the determination of melting points of solids.


solids always formed in ionic bond and ionic bond have high boiling points so that,s why solids also have high boiling points


yes atomic solids do have low melting points, it only varies in certain ones


No, ionic solids have very high melting points. Ionic solids are one of the strongest bonds formed among elements.


Generally they are two types of solids 1. Crystalline solids 2. Amorphous solids. Amorphous solids are those solids which having different properties in different directions. They didnt have sharp melting and boiling points.


in crystalline solids, the atoms are arranged in an ordered fashion and hence they have sharp melting points. amorphous solids, due to random arrangement of the atoms do not have sharp melting points.


Different solids have different melting points.


the melting points differ to differant solids


Due to the different density of objects there will be a variety of melting points




Due to the different density of objects there will be a variety of melting points


Sodium and magnesium chlorides are solids with high melting and boiling points because of the large amount of heat which is needed to break the strong ionic attractions.


Crystalline structure at room temperature High melting and boiling points Exist as solids due to strong intermolecular force of attraction


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.



Silvery solids with low densities and low melting points are alkali metals. These are located in group one on the periodic table.



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