What are melting points and boiling points?
In this lesson, we will learn about how scientists measure temperature, two major 'fixed points' of a substance (melting and boiling point) and how we can determine the state of matter of a substance at a particular temperature when given these fixed points.
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Lesson summary: What are melting points and boiling points?
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