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Boiling and melting points are very different.

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The melting point is the same as the freezing point; however, the boiling point is not the same as the melting point.


cause all pure substances have a fixed boiling and melting point unless impurities is added their boiling and melting will always remain the same.


Y,es the melting point of pure substances is always sharp. When unadulterated by impurities, the boiling point will always remain the same, or sharp.


The melting point and the boiling point of a substance are physical characteristics for each substance and are unchanged at the same pressure.


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


Melting point goes from solid to liquid. Boiling point goes from liquid to gas. Melting point and freezing point are the same.


The boiling and melting points are very different.


It means that the freezing or melting points do not change, that they are always the same, depending on the type of matter. For eg. the melting point or freezing point of water is 0○ Celsius and the boiling point is always 100○C.


The boiling point is when a substance changes from liquid to gas and the melting point is when substance goes from a solid to a liquid


The greater the pressure, the higher the melting point. The same as for the boiling point.


No, but the freezing point and melting point of a substance are the same.


Boiling point is most affected by pressure. Note that freezing point and melting point are in fact the same.


they are the same... dont know who wrote this but it can be the same such as dry ice, or different such as water. however boiling point will sometimes be higher than melting point


If the temperature is below the melting point, you know it is in the solid state. If the temperature is below the boiling point, and above the melting point, you know it is a liquid. If the temperature is above the boiling point, you know it is a gas, etc. (Note: melting point is the same as freezing point).


No. The boiling point is higher temp. than the melting point. When something is melted, it becomes liquid: when something is boiled, it begins to become vapor.


the melting point of pure substances is always being sharp. it means that the boiling point it have it will boil at that point not some up or down but on same temperature in other words we say that it has no impurities because of impurities it boiling point varies and it has many other components and boiling point of every component is different so that why the boiling point of impure compounds varies or it don t have exact value and the pure compounds have same elements combine together and every molecule boil at particular point so it has sharp melting point or exact point


Boiling point is the temperature at which a liquid is in equilibrium with the gas phase of the same liquid. Melting point is the temperature at which a solid becomes a liquid (i.e. the point at which a solid and liquid of the same substance will be in equilibrium)


No, boiling point is not the same as melting point. Boiling point is the point at which a liquid begins to become a gas. (Water begins to become water vapor at about 212 degrees fahrenheit, or 100 celsius) Melting point is the point at which a sold begins to become a solid. (Ice begins to become water at about 32 degrees fahrenheit, or 0 degrees celsius)


They aren't the same. The boiling point of carbon dioxide is -57 oC. (Wikipedia)


The purity can be assessed by melting point. The melting point of a compound is always the same and impurities always lower the melting point of the compound.


No. The freezing point is more commonly known as melting point and is usually a lot lower than the boiling point.


The melting point and freezing point are the same. The boiling point will be higher depending on the element or compound. You can look up these temperatures in the Handbook of Chemistry and Physics.


No..The melting point of a substance is the temperature at which it gets converted into a liquid from a solid...Whereas, the boiling point of a substance is the temperature at which a liquid, gets converted into the gaseous state. Melting point is the same as freezing point because the temperature at which a substance melts is the same at which it freezes also. The boiling point is the same as the condensation point because the temperature at which a liquid gets converted into a gas is the same as the temperature at which a gas gets converted into a liquid (Condensation).


the freezing point and boiling point of water is same that is 0 degree centigrade.


A property is something that describes matter. Since every substance does not have the same boiling point or melting point these can be used to help describe the substance.



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