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melting point for alcohols which are solids at room temperature? or freezing points of alcohols? Melting point for any solid is listed in melting point tables. See high school or college organic chemistry books or books with physical properties of materials (eg chem engineering books. Any reference librarian will point to the right book.

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The melting point of alcohol is -272 degrees F.

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