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The melting point of solids and boiling points of liquids are intrinsic properties and can be used to identify them. And to separate mixtures as well, as in fractional distillation.

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Melting point is for when a solid turns to a liquid. Boiling point is for when a liquid goes to a gas.


The melting point is the temperature at which a solid will turn into a liquid, and the boiling point is the temperature at which a liquid will turn into a gas.


Melting point is the temperature at which a solid becomes a liquid. Boiling point is the temperature at which a liquid becomes a gas.


Melting point is where a solid becomes a liquid, and boiling point is the temperature at which a liquid will become a gas.


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


MELTING POINT:-The point at which solid starts melting and turn into liquid it iscalled MELTING POINT.BOILING POINT:-The point at which liquid molecules starts escaping fromthe surface and turn into gas is called BOILING POINT.


Melting point: at this temperature a solid become a liquid.Boiling point: at this temperature a liquid become a gas.


Melting point: at this temperature a solid become liquid. Boiling point: at this temperature a liquid become gas.


Boiling point is the temperature point at which a liquid becomes a gas while melting point is the point at which a solid becomes a liquid.


The boiling point is when a substance changes from liquid to gas and the melting point is when substance goes from a solid to a liquid


Melting point is a temperature in which solid change into liquid form and boiling point in which liquid convert into gas form


obviously. the melting point is the point at which something goes from solid to liquid. the boiling point is when it goes from liquid to gas.


Boiling point is the temperature at which a substance turns into a gas, while melting point is the temperature at which a substance turns into a liquid state from a solid state. The boiling point is always a higher temperature then the melting point. The melting point has a substance turn into a liquid from solid, and boiling point has a liquid turn into a gas.


Melting point: the temperature at which a solid become a liquid. Boiling point: the temperature at which a liquid become a gas.


No, it is the melting point. Ice changes to water when it melts, not when it boils.


Yes, melting is the process of a solid turning into a liquid while boiling turns a liquid into a gas.Added:The last (boiling point) is always higher than the first mentioned melting point.


The melting point is the tempeature at which a solid turns to a liquid state. The boiling point is the temperature when the liquid turns to a gas or vapour.


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


The melting point of a substance, at a specified pressure, is the temperature at which it changes phase - from solid to liquid. The boiling point is the temperature at which the phase changes from liquid to gas.


yes!!!! every liquid is different for then it has a difference in the boiling and melting point.


The boiling point depends on altitude (pressure). The effect on the melting point is not significant.


Boiling point is the temperature at which a liquid is in equilibrium with the gas phase of the same liquid. Melting point is the temperature at which a solid becomes a liquid (i.e. the point at which a solid and liquid of the same substance will be in equilibrium)



Melting means going from solid to liquid, boiling means going from liquid to gas.


Paraffin has 52 to 57 C melting point . But its boiling point is not conform.



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