Melting and Boiling Points of Copper

Melting and Boiling Points of Copper

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  • Today's lesson is about Lewis Structures!
  • Man, I wonder what it would be like to melt a penny.
  • Maybe when I get home I could try it
  • What is the melting point of copper? 
  • A Lewis Structure is a drawing of a molecule that illustrates the connectivity of the compound 
  • Well Alex melting point is the temperature when a solid will melt. The melting point of copper is 1981
  • The boiling point is when a liquid boils and becomes a vapor. Coppers boiling point is 4644.
  • Are you serious? 
  • When I get home my dad better let me boil some copper
  • We can, if you answer these two questions: What's the difference between ionic and covalent compounds? What is conductivity?
  • Dad can we melt some pennies in your lab?
  • Um......I don't really know
  • Well I guess we will learn about it in my lab! Lets go son!
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