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The melting point is 817c, the boiling point is 614.


Boiling: -246.08 ˚C Melting/Freezing:-248.67 ˚C


the melting point Melting is the opposite of freezing. Condensation is the opposite of boiling.


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


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


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


The freezing point is lower and the boiling point is higher.


boiling point is 212 degrees Fahrenheit and freezing point is 32 dgrees The boiling point of water in 100 degrees C The melting/freezing point is 0 degrees C.


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


melting -210.0oC freezing -210.0oC boiling -195.8oC This is because Nitrogen is a highly volatile substance.


I don't know the freezing point, but the melting point is 63(k) while the boiling point is 77(k). (:


The melting point of fermium is 860 0C; the boiling point is not determined.


Water doesn't have a melting point; it has a freezing point and a boiling point. If you want to know the melting point of ice (which is the freezing point of water), in Kelvin, then the answer is 273.15.



for example ....water:freezing point: liquid freezes to ice boiling point: liquid boils and turns into vapor melting point: ice melts to liquid


Melting point & boiling point means the temp that things melt & boil. Water's freezing & melting point is 32 degrees Fahrenheit or 0 degrees Celsius. The boiling point of water is 100 degrees Celsius or 212 degrees Fahrenheit. Different liquids or substances have different melting, freezing, and boiling points.


The boiling point of Mercury is 357 Degrees Celsius and the melting point/ freezing point is -38.72 degrees Celsius.


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


The melting point of tantalum is 3 017 0C.The boiling point of tantalum is 5 458 0C (this is a very high boiling point).


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


A boiling point is a point on the temperature scale at which a substance begins to boil. A melting point is a point on the temperature scale at which a substance freezes. Melting and boiling points are unique to different types of elements.


The freezing point and melting point are similar. A substance can't be warmed above its melting point without melting it. But a substance temperature can be lowered without freezing it.


By its boiling point, freezing point (or melting point), and its density


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.


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