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Q: Do nonmetals have higher melting points or lower boiling points?
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Do all metals have high melting and boiling point?

Generally metals have higher melting and boiling points than nonmetals; but differences among metals are important.


How do you tell if something is solid liquid or gas by melting and boiling points?

Solids have higher melting and boiling points than liquids and liquids have higher melting and boiling points than gases.


Is a high melting point metal or nonmetal?

Metals melting points are generally higher than nonmetals melting points.


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Compounds with strong intermolecular forces have higher melting and boiling points.


Do metals have a higher melting point than nonmetals?

Metals have higher melting points than non-metals.


Do nonmetals have higher boiling points or lower boiling points?

Non-metals have lower boiling points than metals. A link can be found below.


Are the melting points of metals as extreme as their boiling points?

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


Nonmetals are weakly attracted to one another so they have what melting and boiling points?

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Because after melting a substance must be heated further, to a higher temperature where the boiling is possible.


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Non Metals Have A Low Boiling Point & A Low Melting Point . The Also Are Low Heat Conductors .


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