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The melting point of caffeine is 458.6 degrees Fahrenheit. A compound containing carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen, pure caffeine occurs as a crystalline, odorless white powder. Caffeine is found in the leaves, seeds... More »

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Pure caffeine occurs either as an anhydrous solid or as the monohydrate, which contains one molecule of water per molecule of caffeine. Anhydrous caffeine has a melting point of 441 to 442 degrees Fahrenheit, whereas caf... More »

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The melting point of bronze alloys vary depending on the ratio of copper to other metals. The range of melting point temperatures ranges from 1,190 to 1,675 degrees Fahrenheit. Metals such as aluminum, manganese, tin, ar... More »

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The melting point of ferrocene is 172.5 degrees C. Its empirical formula is C10H10Fe, and it has a boiling point of 249 degrees C. It is an organometallic compound. More »

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Five physical properties of calcium are: a melting point of 1548 degrees Fahrenheit, boiling point of 1757 degrees Fahrenheit, color of silver or gray, solid standard state and molar volume of 26.2 centimeters cubed. Cal... More »

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The melting point of benzoin, written as C14H12O2, is 269.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Its boiling point is 651.2 degrees Fahrenheit. Standard listings of melting and boiling points of a substance assume standard temperature an... More »

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The melting point of arsenic is 1,503 degrees Fahrenheit under pressure. Arsenic is a metalloid whose atomic number is 33 and atomic weight is 74.9216. Arsenic is brittle and tarnishes when exposed to air. It's reactions... More »

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