Tungsten, element 74, has the highest melting point of all of the elements on the periodic table. Its melting point is approximately 3,695 Kelvin, or 3,422 degrees Celsius. More »

The melting point, also known as the freezing point, of a metal is the temperature at which it changes from a solid to a liquid. At the melting point, the substance is able to exist as both a solid and liquid in equilibr... More »

Helium has a melting point of minus 268 degrees Celsius, or minus 457.6 degrees Fahrenheit. It has a boiling point of minus 268.6 degrees Celsius, or minus 451.48 degrees Fahrenheit. More »

Tungsten has the highest melting point of the pure elements under normal atmospheric pressure, and tantalum hafnium carbide has the highest melting point of any substance. The melting point of tungsten is 3410 degrees Ce... More »

Fluorine is classified as a gas, as demonstrated by its position on the periodic table of elements, wherein the element fluorine is listed in the group seven halogen section. The classification refers to the element at r... More »

Titanium has a melting point of 1,941 Kelvin, or 3,287 degrees Celsius, making it one of the more heat-resistant elements on the periodic table. Titanium is the lightest refractory metal, which is a group distinguished b... More »

Solids that are held together by covalent bonds have the highest melting points because the molecules are firmly held together in a crystal lattice. This property makes such solids poor electrical conductors since the mo... More »