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Answered 2011-03-17 21:27:48

The freezing point of an item can be equal to the melting point in some cases but not in all.

the freezing point and the melting point both have to deal with temp.

items with equal melting and freezing points:

  1. ice
  2. Mercury
  3. acetic acid
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