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Do metals have a low melting point?

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Asked by shrishti, 18 Feb '13 04:20 pm
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Mercury melts at abt twenty deg and then Gallium at 30 deg and
Tin melts at Two hundred thirty one and brass melts at thirteen deg celcius to cite examples
Answered by Quest, 18 Feb '13 09:03 pm

 
  
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Mercury melts at abt twenty deg and then Gallium at 30 deg and
Tin melts at Two hundred thirty one and brass melts at thirteen deg celcius to cite examples
Answered by bhagwanti das, 26 Feb '13 03:21 pm

 
  
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Mercury melts at abt twenty deg and then Gallium at 30 deg and
Tin melts at Two hundred thirty one and brass melts at thirteen deg celcius to cite examples
Answered by radha sharma, 22 Feb '13 09:48 am

 
  
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Mercury melts at abt twenty deg and then Gallium at 30 deg and
Tin melts at Two hundred thirty one and brass melts at thirteen deg celcius to cite examples
Answered by Rose, 18 Feb '13 04:24 pm

 
  
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