It melts at about 1300-1500 Â°C (2400 Â°F). The boiling point is probable at
3 000 0C. Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon (and perhaps some other elements), and so its boiling point is not the same as iron. Most steel has other metals added to "tune" its properties, like strength, corrosion resistance, or ease of fabrication. Steel is just the element iron that has been processed to control the amount of carbon in it. Iron that is taken out of the ground, melts at around 1510 degrees C (2750Â°F). Steel often melts at around 1370 degrees C (2500Â°F). depends on the alloy of steel, but usually at around 2500Â°F is the melting point
The melting and boiling point of milk are very similar to the melting and boiling point of water.
melting point is -150.7 and boiling point is -29.27............................***********
Boiling point = 2,750 Melting point= 1,811
what is the melting point and boiling point of substance
The melting point is 1220.58F. The boiling point is 4566F.
Melting point - 39.4oC Boiling Point - 688oC
The melting point is 817c, the boiling point is 614.
Mg has a melting point of 6500C, and a boiling point of 10910C.
The melting point of Calcium is 839℃ and the boiling point is 1484℃.
The melting point is the same as the freezing point; however, the boiling point is not the same as the melting point.
It is the opposite. The boiling point is greater than the melting point. for example for fresh water, the boiling point is 100 centigrade while the melting point (for ice) is zero.
Melting point and boiling point are physical properties because it doesn't matter how much of an element you have, the melting point and boiling point remain constant.
Melting point is 857°C and boiling point is 1736°C
Melting point-1246 C boiling point- 2061 C
Boiling point: 718(K), Melting point: 386(K)
The melting point of einsteinium is 860 0C; the boiling point was not determined.
The boiling and melting point of Glucose To find the boiling point you boil it and to find the melting point you have to freeze it and melt it.
An intermolecular force has both a boiling point and melting point
Its boiling point is known to be 1067 degrees and -490 at its melting point
Melting point 179°C; boiling point 1,317°C
Melting point 1,410°C; boiling point 2,355°C
Melting point 271.3°C; boiling point 1,560°C
melting point:277 C boiling point:44.2 C
melting point: 3422 C Boiling point: 5660 C
Melting point −218.4°C; boiling point −183.0°C