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 than one melting point—sulfur, phosphorus, and selenium—for differing allotropes, and naturally as the atomic number gets higher, there’s a bit more estimation in the numbers and a few gaps—those ephemeral transuranic synthetics. I added a little texturing because, well, it’s me, signifying the solid, liquid, and gaseous states.
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