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Graphite has no melting point, and instead turns into gas at 6254 degrees Fahrenheit through the process of sublimation. Graphite is entirely made up of the element carbon. More »

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Two techniques for melting gold are simple melting and smelting. The simplest techniques for melting gold involve placing it in a crucible capable of withstanding a temperature of 1943 degrees Fahrenheit, the melting poi... More »

The melting point of potassium chloride, or KCl, is 1,419.8 degrees Fahrenheit, or 771 degrees Celsius. Potassium chloride boils at 2,732 degrees Fahrenheit, or 1,500 degrees Celsius. The white, granular powder is odorle... More »

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A solid can turn directly into a gas through a process called sublimation. In this instance, the solid vaporizes without going through the intermediary liquid stage. For example, in the water cycle, this would involve sn... More »

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Ice sometimes shrinks inside of a frost-free freezer because of a process known as sublimation. According to the University of California, Davis, sublimation occurs when a solid, such as ice, quickly vaporizes into a gas... More »

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You can freeze dry rose petals by the process of sublimation. Sublimation involves freeze drying the petals for around 12 hours at a prescribed temperature. Moisture from the petals is gradually pulled out in vapor form ... More »

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At sea level, the boiling point of water is 212 degrees Fahrenheit, which is equivalent to 100 degrees Celsius. However, as with any liquid, water’s boiling point fluctuates slightly due to changes in altitude. More »

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