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 What is the freezing point of t-butyl alcohol?

Answer T-butyl alcohol is a solid at room temperature. The freezing point of a substance is the same as the melting point, so that is why most chemistry texts list the melting point instead of freezing po... Read More »
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What temperature is the freezing point of butyl stearate?

Butyl stearate, also known as butyl ester and Octadecanoic acid, has a freezing point of approximately 67 degrees Fahrenheit. Above that temperature, it will be a semi-solid liquid that emits a fa... Read More »
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What is the use of the freezing point of alcohol in an alcohol thermometer?

The use of the freezing point of alcohol in alcohol thermometers is to take temperatures in extremely cold situations. Since the freezing point of alcohol is -115 degrees Celsius, this type of ther... Read More »
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What is the boiling point and freezing point of gold?

Gold is a transition metal with a boiling point of approximately 2,807 degrees Celsius, or 5,084 degrees Fahrenheit. Its freezing point (and melting point) is approximately 1,064 degrees Celsius, o... Read More »
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How to Find the Boiling Point From the Freezing Point?

Each liquid has a specific temperature at which it turns into a solid called its freezing point. For water, its freezing point is 0 degrees Celsius. The freezing point of a liquid is the same as th... Read More »
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