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Melting point: the temperature of change from solid to liquid phase.

Boiling point: the temperature of change from liquid to gas phase.

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The difference is the melting point is melting something like ice and the boiling point isboiling something like water.


boiling occurs in liquids and melting occurs in solid objects


mixture has varialble boiling and melting points, compound has a fixed boiling and melting and elements also have fixed boiling and melting point


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


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


Butane has higher melting and boiling points.


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.


Highest boiling point: Rhenium, 5863 KHighest melting point: Carbon, 4098 K.


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.


both processes are endothermic. melting and boiling occurs at fixed temperatures.


The difference between the melting point and bioling point of water is that it's melting point is when it turns from solid to liquid, (ice to water). It's boiling point is when it turns from liquid to gas, (water to water vapor).


The difference lies in the method of the rock's creation (melting, sediment, pressure), and the elements available when and where it forms.


A boiling point is a point on the temperature scale at which a substance begins to boil. A melting point is a point on the temperature scale at which a substance freezes. Melting and boiling points are unique to different types of elements.



their boiling point and melting point.....etc.


No basic Difference between melting point and Drop point.


Metallic elements usually conduct electricity as compared to non metallic elements. Metallic elements are usually good conductors of heat whereas non metallic elements are bad conductors of heat. Metallic elements have high boiling and melting points(except mercury) while non metals have low high boiling and melting points(except graphite and diamond) Metals are ductile i.e can be drawn into wires whereas non metals are not ductile. Metals are sonorous, usually shiny,have smooth surfaces while non metallic elements are dull in colour and not sonorous. Metallic elements are malleable whereas non metallic elements are not.


Difference in melting and boiling points.


the relationship between the melting points and boiling points is simply that the higher the melting point, the higher the boiling point. the metal has to melt before it can boil, so if it didn't melt, it won't boil. there fore, the higher the melting point, the higher the boiling point ill be.


The melting point is between 3652 and 3697 degrees C. The boiling point is 4200 degrees C.


The melting point of carbon is 6381 F, and the boiling point is 7281 F. http://www.webelements.com/webelements/elements/text/C/heat.html ans.2 The melting point is 3537 C and the boiling point is 4027 C.


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


Transition metals possess a high melting points and boiling points.These properties are due to mettalic bonding by delocalized electrons,leading to cohesion which increases with the number of shared elements.


Yes, melting points of metals are higher than the melting points of many other elements or compounds.


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)



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