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 What Is a Melting Point Curve?

Answer A melting point curve is the portion of a phase diagram graph at which a substance melts but does not change temperature. When a solid is heated, its temperature will continually increase until it ... Read More »
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How could you determine the melting point of a substance from its heating curve or cooling curve?

The heating or cooling curve will have two flat parts when the temperature does not change. The flat part of the curve is when a phase change occurs. The first phase change will be from a solid to ... Read More »
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What is the melting point of gold&does gold have a high or low melting point?

The melting point of gold is 1,948 degrees Fahrenheit, which is on the higher end for metals. Tungsten has the highest melting point of any metal: 6,170 degrees Fahrenheit. The lowest melting point... Read More »
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What is the melting point and boiling point of lead?

Lead, element number 82 on the Periodic Table, is a metal that is a solid at room temperature. It melts at 600.61 degrees Kelvin (327.46 degrees Celsius) and boils at 2023 degrees Kelvin (1750 degr... Read More »
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What is the melting point of ice?

Ice melts at 0 degrees Celsius or 32 degrees F. At its melting point, ice turns into a liquid; however, this melting point changes (up or down) depending on the deviation from standard pressure--1 ... Read More »
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