The melting point of silicon is 1683 K. The boiling point of silicon is 2628 K.
melting point is 1,410 °C boiling point is 3265 °C
Melting point 1,410°C; boiling point 2,355°C
The melting point of silicon carbide is 2730 0C, with decomposition.
It is not so low. Silicon tetrafluoride has a boiling point of -98.6°C whereas the chloride form is 57.6°C.
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At STP Silicon boils at 3,265 °C.
the boiling point of silicon, in degrees Celsius, is between 2500 and 3645. However, the melting point, is around 1,140,40 degrees Celsius, as you may have noticed, its very high, and this is because its extremely high in oxygen.
at one point it says that silicon isn't a liquid until the boiling point melts it. in other words it has to be really hot and then it melts. so its a solid
The boiling point has a high value.
Silicon (Si) Melting point: 1687 K, 1414 °C, 2577 °F Boiling point: 3538 K, 3265 °C, 5909 °F
Silicon Dioxide (Silica) boils at 2230
Sulfur dioxide has a boiling point of −10°C (14°F) while silicon dioxide has a boiling point of 2230°C (4046°F). With these numbers in mind the difference would be 2240 °C (4064°F).
Silicon--boiling point: 3538 degrees K, 3265 degrees C, 5909 degrees F Silicon--melting point: 1683.15 degrees K, 1410.0 degrees C, 2570.0 degrees F
Silicon has a melting point and boiling point of 1414 deg C and 2900 deg C respectively.
The boiling point in degree Celsius are given below:Na: 883K: 774Si: 2355Ne: -246Silicon has the highest boiling point among the elements given.
Depending. When Granular Silicon Dioxide is heated, glass, is formed. (Also must be pressurized) silicon dioxide actually has a relatively high boiling point at 1650.
Boiling is the phase where the boiling occurs. The point at which the boiling occurs is the boiling point.
There is only one boiling point, there is not a boiling point and a normal boiling point
The melting point of the element, silicon, is about:Melting Point: 1687 K (1414°C or 2577°F)Boiling Point: 3538 K (3265°C or 5909°F)Resource: http://education.jlab.org/itselemental/ele014.htmlYou can find the freezing point of the element there as well.Thank you. :}
The boiling point of freshwater is lower than the boiling point of saltwater.
The attraction forces or the attraction between the bonds is relatively high as opposed to H2O or water which the bonds aren't as strong giving it a relatively low boiling point (: I feel like that helped :D
Boiling: 2355 C Melting: 1410 C
Silicon (Si)Melting points: 1687 K,â€‚1414 Â°C,â€‚2577 Â°FBoiling points: 3538 K,â€‚3265 Â°C,â€‚5909 Â°F
Water and Boiling Water