The melting point of aluminum is 1220.58 degrees Fahrenheit, 933.47 degrees Kelvin and 660.32 degrees Celsius. Aluminum also has a boiling point of 4566 degrees Fahrenheit, 2792 degrees Kelvin and 2519 degrees Celsius.
Aluminum, also spelled as aluminium, is a silver metal found in group 13 on the periodic table. It has an atomic symbol of Al and an atomic number of 13. In its standard state, aluminum is a solid. This element was first isolated in Denmark in 1825 by Hans Christian Oersted. However, aluminum has been in use in some form since antiquity. It is a popular metal because it can easily be molded, is nontoxic and is nonmagnetic.