Asked in Organic Chemistry
Why is an iron table solid at room temperature?
May 12, 2012 11:36PM
An iron table is made out of iron.
Iron melts (turning into a fluid from a solid) at a temperature 1538 degrees Celsius (2800 degrees Fahrenheit).
Because room temperature is far below the melting point, the table will be a solid.
Besides, it wouldn't be a table if it was a liquid.