Melting point


The Melting Point of an element is the temperature at which its state changes to liquid. The melting point of water is 100°C; it changes from solid(ice) to liquid(water).

Frequently Asked Questionsedit

Is the Melting Point constant?edit

No. The Melting point is usually given as 'Melting Point at one atmosphere of pressure'. When the pressure changes, the Melting Point also changes.