Question by  madradhannah (8)

At what temperature does silver melt?


Answer by  XavierG (21)

Silver (or Ag, the element) has a melting point of about 960 ºC, or around 1720 ºF. This can be achieved using an orange flame (around 1100 ºC).


Answer by  zeeeend (68)

When the temperature reaches 1234. 93 K or 961. 78 °C silver begins to melt. This only happens when the pressure is one bar. If the pressure rises the melting point will start to decrease. Example if you want to boil water on a mountain the temperature it takes less then 273. 25 K or 100 °C.

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