1) The melting point of a solid is the temperature at which it changes state from solid to fluid.
2) Heat of fusion is the thermal energy which must be withdrawn to solidify a certain mass or quantity of fluid or added to melt a certain mass or quantity of solid. It is also called the latent heat of fusion or the enthalpy of fusion, and the temperature at which it occurs is called the melting point.
3) The boiling point of a substance is the temperature at which it can change state from a liquid to a gas throughout the bulk of the liquid.
4) Heat of evaporation describes the amount of energy in the form of heat that is required for a material to undergo a change of phase from fluid to gas.
Boiling points of elements, products and chemical species at varying conditions.
Material properties of gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more.
Melting and freezing points of elements and chemical species at varying conditions.
Cu - Copper - binary eutectic alloys and their melting points.
The elements of the periodic system with names, symbols, atomic numbers and weights, melting and boiling points, density, electronegativity and electron affinity, and electron configuration.
Boiling temperatures (°C and °F) with varying carbon numbers up to C33.
Latent heat of fusion when changing between solid or liquid state for common materials like aluminum, ammonia, glycerin, water and more.
Boiling temperatures for common liquids and gases - acetone, butane, propane and more.
Alloys and their melting points.
Melting and boiling point temperatures, latent heat of evaporation, and melting heat of common substances like copper, gold, lead and more - SI units.
Boiling points and specific heat of liquid metals.
The melting temperatures for some common metals and alloys.
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