At what temperature do diamonds melt?

Answer Diamonds are an allotrope of the element carbon. The temperature at which diamonds melt, known as the melting or freezing point, is 3,550 degrees Celsius (equivalent to 3,823 kelvins or 6,422 degre... Read More »

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Is it possible to melt diamonds?

Diamonds can be melted, although the temperature needed is higher than 3,820-degrees Kelvin. This is 6,416-degrees Fahrenheit (3,547-degrees Celsius). Diamonds have the highest melting point of all... Read More »

What temperature does ice melt at?

Ice melts at 32 degrees Fahrenheit, or 0 degrees Centigrade. The melting point of ice and the freezing point of water are identical and represent physical properties of water, along with other char... Read More »

At what temperature does fat melt?

The melting points of the two different types of fat, unsaturated and saturated, varies due to the fact that both differ in energy content. Many tests can be performed to determine the melting poin... Read More »

At what temperature do diamonds burn?

Diamonds burn at high temperatures between 1,292 and 1,652 degrees Fahrenheit (700 and 900 degrees Centigrade). Diamonds also can melt (turn from a solid to a liquid) and boil (turn from a liquid t... Read More »