It is a compound. All pure elements have a certain exact melting point.
70/30 (70% tin, 30% lead) the more lead in an alloy the higher the melting point is.
Helium has lowest melting point (-272.9 degree Celsius)
The metal with the lowest melting point that solid at room temp is Indium with a melting point of 156.59oC
Helium with a melting point of -272.905
Helium has the lowest melting point of all elements, and it is 4 K (-2690C).
The lowest melting point is of course - 39 0C.
Brass is an alloy that has a melting point between 900oC and 940oC depending on its composition.
The melting point of steEl is about 1370­°C, or 2500°F, depending on the alloy.
There is no hard melting point for an alloy, rather a range, ADC 12 has a range of 515 C to 580 C.
Inconel Alloy 625. ... MELTING POINT, 1350°C, 2460°F
The melting point of pure copper is 1 084,62 0C. Each alloy has a specific melting point.
This depends on the chemical composition of the alloy.
it depends on the alloy composite but carbon(or mild) steel has a melting point of roughly 1500 deg.
Gallium - melting point 29.76oC Caesium - melting point 28.44oC Mercury - melting point -38.83oC Galistan (alloy of gallium, indium, and tin) - melting point -19oC
Mercury (Hg), with a melting point of -38,83 0C.
The melting point of helium is the lowest: -272,20 0C.
Copper's melting point is 1357.77 degrees Kelvin.
Many organic compounds have a low melting point.
The melting point of magnesium is 650 degrees celcius. It has the lowest melting point among all the group II metals (alkaline earth metals), though the melting points generally decrease down the group - magnesium is an exception and has the lowest melting point among them.