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Melting points of the elements (data page) - Wikipedia

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Melting points of the elements (data page) ... 1 Melting point; 2 Notes; 3 References. 3.1 WEL; 3.2 .... melting point 302.9146 K (29.7646 °C) fixed point on ITS-90.

The chemical elements of the periodic table sorted by melting point

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Chemical elements listed by melting point. The elements of the periodic table sorted by melting point. click on any element's name for further chemical properties ...

Chemical Elements.com - Melting Point

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Periodic Table with Melting Points at Chemical Elements.com. Temperature measured in °C ... Element Groups (Families). Alkali Earth, Alkaline Earth, Transition ...

Melting Points of the Elements - alphabetical and periodic table

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Melting point data for the elements presented in two ways: periodic table and alphabetical list.

Melting Point for all the elements in the Periodic Table

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Melting Point of the elements ... Notes on the Melting Point of particular elements: Helium: Helium does not solidify at standard pressure. Carbon: Value given for ...

Periodic Table of Elements: Sorted by Melting Point ...

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Feb 22, 2007 ... This site offers comprehensive information for each element including: who, when & where; up to 40 properties (chemical & physical); over ...

Melting and Boiling Points of Chemical Elements: Quick Chemistry ...

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Melting and Boiling Points of Chemical Elements: Quick Chemistry Facts.

Creative Chemistry - Trends in melting and boiling points of Period 3 ...

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Melting points generally increase going from sodium to silicon, then decrease going to argon ... Graph of melting points and boiling points of Period 3 elements  ...

Periodic Table of the Elements

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Name, Weight, Number, Boiling Point, Melting Point. Hydrogen, 1.00794, 1, 20.28 Kelvin, 13.81 Kelvin. Helium, 4.0026, 2, 4.216 Kelvin, 0.95 Kelvin.

Is there a trend in melting points on the periodic table? - Antoine

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Melting point trends on the periodic table can be understood in a crude way using ... The melting points of the first period elements are extremely low, because ...