Melting point of the elements

Melting point is defined as the temperature at which a chemical element changes from the solid to the liquid phase at a pressure of one atmosphere.

In the International System of Units (SI) it is measured in K (Kelvin). To convert to ºC (degrees Celsius) the following expression is used:

Temperature (K) = Temperature (ºC) + 273.15

In pure substances, the melting process occurs at a constant temperature.

ZSymbolPunto de fusión (K)
1H14.01
2He0.95
3Li453.69
4Be1560
5B2349
6C3900 (diamond); 4600 (graphite)
7N63.05
8O54.8
9F53.53
10Ne24.56
11Na370.87
12Mg923
13Al933.47
14Si1685
15P317.4 (white)
16S388.36
17Cl171.6
18Ar83.8
19K336.53
20Ca1115
21Sc1814
22Ti1941
23V2190
24Cr2130
25Mn1519
26Fe1811
27Co1768
28Ni1728
29Cu1357.77
30Zn692.68
31Ga302.91
32Ge1211.4
33As1089 (grey)
34Se494
35Br265.8
36Kr115.79
37Rb312.46
38Sr1050
39Y1799
40Zr2128
41Nb2750
42Mo2896
43Tc2430
44Ru2607
45Rh2237
46Pd1828.05
47Ag1234.93
48Cd594.22
49In429.75
50Sn505.08
51Sb903.78
52Te722.66
53I386.85
54Xe161.4
55Cs301.59
56Ba1000
57La1192
58Ce1070
59Pr1208
60Nd1297
61Pm1253
62Sm1346
63Eu1095
64Gd1591
65Tb1629
66Dy1683
67Ho1742
68Er1795
69Tm1818
70Yb1091
71Lu1950
72Hf2500
73Ta3290
74W3695
75Re3458
76Os3400
77Ir2739
78Pt2041.4
79Au1337.33
80Hg234.32
81Tl577
82Pb600.61
83Bi544.4
84Po527
85At575
86Rn202
87Fr300
88Ra973
89Ac1323
90Th2115
91Pa1843
92U1407
93Np910
94Pu913
95Am1449
96Cm1619
97Bk1323
98Cf1173
99Es1133
100Fm1125
101Md1100
102No1100
103Lr1900
104Rf2400
105Db
106Sg
107Bh
108Hs
109Mt
110Ds
111Rg
112Cn
113Nh700*
114Fl340*
115Mc700*
116Lv
117Ts
118Og258*
*Punto de fusión estimado.