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Melting and Boiling Points of the Elements

MELTING AND BOILING POINTS OF THE ELEMENTS 101.325 kPa (1 Atmosphere) 6000 K 5727°C · 10340°F Re 5869 Rf 5800 (estimated) Th 5061 O Os Nb 5017 (estimated) 5000 K 4727°C · 8540°F Mo Hf Zr Tc Ir C 4300 Ru Np Pa Pt 4000 K 3727°C · 6740°F RIT V 3680 Ce La Si 3538 Gd Tb Lu Pu Ac Nd Cm Co Fe Pd Ge Er Au 3000 K 2727°C · 4940°F Cr Cu Al Be Dy Am Ag Mn Ba Tm Pb Sm 2000 K 1727°C · 3140°F Bi• Ra Cf Fm Eu Li Uut Uup Mg Po Te Na As 1000 K 727°C · 1340°F Zn Se Cd *Pr Es Md No Uus Yb At Room temperature NOF FI Db Sg Bh Hs Mt Ds Rg Cn Hg OK -273.1°C. -459.7°F He Ne Ar Kr Xe Rn Uuo 1s jONATHAN 2s 2p 3s 3p 3d 4s 4p 4d 4f 5p 5d 5f 6s бр 6d 7s 7p ATHANORIAS © 2013 HULL

Melting and Boiling Points of the Elements

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This chart is simply showing the melting and boiling points of the chemical elements at one standard atmosphere, plotted against the valence electron blocks. There are a few elements that have more th...

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