## On the Subject of State of Aggregation

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• Align the corrent combination of chemical group and temperature to the given element.
• The color of the displayed element defines in which state this element currently is (solid, liquid, gas).
• Identity the element and use the periodic Table below to determine which chemical group to select.
• Search the element with it's color in the table below and determine which temperature to select.

If the element shows a blue color, it is in a liquid state. If the color is white, the element is in a solid state. Otherwise the element is a gas.

1 Celsius (°C) = 1 - 273 Kelvin (K) = 1 * (9/5) + 32 Fahrenheit (°F)

All chemical Elements with their melting and boiling point:

Atomic Number Element Melting Point (°C) Boiling Point (°C)
1 H -259,1 -252,9
2 He -272.2 -268,9
3 Li 180,5 1317
4 Be 1278 2970
5 B 2300 2550
6 C 3550 4827
7 N -209,9 -195,8
8 O -218,4 -182,9
9 F -219,6 -188,1
10 Ne -248,7 -246,1
11 Na 97,8 892
12 Mg 648,8 1107
13 Al 660,5 2467
14 Si 1410 2355
15 P 44 280
Atomic Number Element Melting Point (°C) Boiling Point (°C)
16 S 113 444,7
17 Cl -101 -34,6
18 Ar -189,4 -185,9
19 K 63,7 774
20 Ca 839 1487
21 Sc 1539 2832
22 Ti 1660 3260
23 V 1890 3380
24 Cr 1847 2482
25 Mn 1244 2097
26 Fe 1535 2750
27 Co 1495 2870
28 Ni 1453 2732
29 Cu 1083,5 2495
30 Zn 419,6 907
31 Ga 29,8 2403
32 Ge 937,4 2830
33 As 613 -
34 Se 217 685
35 Br -7,3 58,8
36 Kr -156,6 -152,3
37 Rb 39 688
38 Sr 769 1384
39 Y 1523 3337
40 Zr 1852 4377
41 Nb 2468 4927
42 Mo 2617 5560
43 Tc 2172 5030
44 Ru 2310 3900
Atomic Number Element Melting Point (°C) Boiling Point (°C)
45 Rh 1966 3727
46 Pd 1552 3140
47 Ag 961,9 2212
48 Cd 321 765
49 In 156,2 2080
50 Sn 232 2270
51 Sb 630,7 1750
52 Te 449,6 990
53 I 113,5 184,4
54 Xe -111,9 -107
55 Cs 28,4 690
56 Ba 725 1640
57 La 920 3454
58 Ce 798 3257
59 Pr 931 3212
60 Nd 1010 3127
61 Pm 1080 2730
62 Sm 1072 1778
63 Eu 822 1597
64 Gd 1311 3233
65 Tb 1360 3041
66 Dy 1409 2335
67 Ho 1470 2720
68 Er 1522 2510
69 Tm 1545 1727
70 Yb 824 1193
71 Lu 1656 3315
Atomic Number Element Melting Point (°C) Boiling Point (°C)
72 Hf 2150 5400
73 Ta 2996 5425
74 W 3407 5927
75 Re 3180 5627
76 Os 3045 5027
77 Ir 2410 4130
78 Pt 1772 3827
79 Au 1064,4 2940
80 Hg -38,9 356,6
81 Tl 303,6 1457
82 Pb 327,5 1740
83 Bi 271,4 1560
84 Po 254 962
85 At 302 337
86 Rn -71 -61,8
87 Fr 27 677
88 Ra 700 1140
89 Ac 1047 3197
90 Th 1750 4787
91 Pa 1554 4030
92 U 1132,4 3818
93 Np 640 3902
94 Pu 641 3327
95 Am 994 2607
96 Cm 1340 3110
97 Bk 986 -
98 Cf 900 -
99 Es 860 -
Atomic Number Element Melting Point (°C) Boiling Point (°C)
100 Fm - -
101 Md - -
102 No - -
103 Lr - -
104 Rf - -
105 Db - -
106 Sg - -
107 Bh - -
108 Hs - -
109 Mt - -
110 Ds - -
111 Rg - -
112 Cn - -
113 Nh - -
114 Fl - -
115 Mc - -
116 Lv - -
117 Ts - -
118 Og - -

If the element is in two groups of the periodic table, use the one which is in the lowest position in the following table:

ColorChemical group
REDAlkali Metals
BLUEAlkaline Earth Metals
ORANGETransition Metals
PURPLELanthanide
GREENActinide
GREYMetal
BROWNSemimetal
YELLOWNonmetal
CYANNoble Gas
WHITEUnknown