What is the freezing point of argon?
189.19°C Is the freezing point. Or melting point of Argon.
You must know the freezing point of the pure substance first. Freezing point depression happens when you have a substance with impurities (the amount and type of the impurities determines the change in freezing point). So once you have your recorded freezing point of your slightly impure substance (the FP that you measure), subtract that from the literature value for the freezing point of the pure substance (this can be found online for your particular…
· Argongas is prepared by fractionating liquid air · The earth's atmosphere contains 0.94% of argon Argon's ability to chemically interact with other materials is extremely weak. So their are no natural reactions Argon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas which also glows. Its properties are it has a freezing point of -189.2°C, boiling point of -185.7°C, and density of 1.7837 g/l.