noun Physical Chemistry.
- melt in one's mouth,
- melting pot,
- melton mowbray,
Origin of melting point
Examples from the Web for melting point
The melting-point of these salts must always be taken, so that an idea of their purity may be obtained.
The precipitate is in the form of rosettes or needles; melting-point 137°.
Benzoyl-aconine is left as a transparent colourless non-crystalline varnish of a melting-point near 125°.
Paraffin with a melting-point higher than 65°C. should be looked upon with suspicion.The Preservation of Antiquities|Friedrich Rathgen
Melting-point determinations are commonly carried out under ordinary atmospheric pressures without correction.Soap-Making Manual|E. G. Thomssen