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Iron starts to boil at the very high temperature of 5,182 degrees Fahrenheit. It's naturally in a solid state at room temperature and turns into a liquid at 2,800 degrees Fahrenheit. More »

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Butanol has a boiling point of approximately 243 degrees Fahrenheit. Butanol also has three other isomers, or different molecular forms, with slightly different boiling points. More »

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The boiling point for liquid nitrogen is approximately -321 degrees Fahrenheit. Liquid nitrogen has a variety of uses but can be dangerous if not handled properly. More »

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The freezing point of iron, which is the same as its melting point, is 2800 degrees Fahrenheit. Iron has a boiling point of 5182 degrees Fahrenheit. Iron is a metal that belongs to group 8 on the periodic table. More »

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On the Fahrenheit temperature scale, the freezing point of water is 32 degrees. Fahrenheit observed this by placing a thermometer in an equal mixture of water and ice. More »

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The temperature at which petrol oil solidifies, or the pour point, ranges between 90 degrees Fahrenheit to negative 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Petrol does not have just one freezing point. More »

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Iron has a melting point of 1535.0 degrees Celsius or 2795.0 degrees Fahrenheit. It has a boiling point of 2750.0 degrees Celsius or 4982.0 degrees Fahrenheit. More »

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