Among the elements grouped as metals, mercury has the lowest melting point at minus 38.83 degrees Celsius. Mercury has a very wide temperature range in its liquid state, according to Jefferson Lab, with a boiling point o... More »

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 »

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 »

Lithium has a boiling point of 1,342 degrees Celsius and a freezing point of 180.5 degrees Celsius. Due to lithium's high freezing point, it exists as a solid at room temperature. More »

Mercury does freeze; its freezing point, according to Denver University, is -38.9 degrees Celsius (-38.02 degrees Fahrenheit). The idea that mercury does not freeze may be related to the fact that mercury is used in ther... More »

The melting point of citric acid is 156 degrees Celsius or 313 degrees Fahrenheit. The molecular formula of citric acid is C6H8O7. It has a molar mass of 192.12 grams per mole. More »

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