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Boiling point 4,098.15 K

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A list of all pages that have property "Boiling point" with value "4,098.15 K3,825 °C
6,917 °F
7,376.67 °R
". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.
  • Rhodium  + (3,968.15 K (3,695 °C, 6,683 °F, 7,142.67 °R))
  • Praseodymium  + (3,793.15 K (3,520 °C, 6,368 °F, 6,827.67 °R))
  • Lanthanum  + (3,737.15 K (3,464 °C, 6,267.2 °F, 6,726.87 °R))
  • Cerium  + (3,716.15 K (3,443 °C, 6,229.4 °F, 6,689.07 °R))
  • Vanadium  + (3,680.15 K (3,407 °C, 6,164.6 °F, 6,624.27 °R))
  • Lutetium  + (3,675.15 K (3,402 °C, 6,155.6 °F, 6,615.27 °R))
  • Yttrium  + (3,609.15 K (3,336 °C, 6,036.8 °F, 6,496.47 °R))
  • Titanium  + (3,560.15 K (3,287 °C, 5,948.6 °F, 6,408.27 °R))
  • Gadolinium  + (3,546.15 K (3,273 °C, 5,923.4 °F, 6,383.07 °R))
  • Carbon  + (4,098.15 K (3,825 °C, 6,917 °F, 7,376.67 °R))
  • Platinum  + (4,098.15 K (3,825 °C, 6,917 °F, 7,376.67 °R))
  • Boron  + (4,200.15 K (3,927 °C, 7,100.6 °F, 7,560.27 °R))
  • Neptunium  + (4,273.15 K (4,000 °C, 7,232 °F, 7,691.67 °R))
  • Uranium  + (4,404.15 K (4,131 °C, 7,467.8 °F, 7,927.47 °R))
  • Ruthenium  + (4,423.15 K (4,150 °C, 7,502 °F, 7,961.67 °R))
  • Technetium  + (4,538.15 K (4,265 °C, 7,709 °F, 8,168.67 °R))
  • Zirconium  + (4,682.15 K (4,409 °C, 7,968.2 °F, 8,427.87 °R))
  • Iridium  + (4,701.15 K (4,428 °C, 8,002.4 °F, 8,462.07 °R))
  • Hafnium  + (4,876.15 K (4,603 °C, 8,317.4 °F, 8,777.07 °R))
  • Molybdenum  + (4,912.15 K (4,639 °C, 8,382.2 °F, 8,841.87 °R))

 

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