physics question #3560



nijin k, a 13 year old male from Khd asks on August 16, 2006,

Q:

What is the heat wanted to melt the hardest substance in the world?

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the answer

Barry Shell answered on August 16, 2006, A:

The highest melting point substance is diamond and it melts at about 4000 degrees Kelvin. More about this can be found at the Newton Ask-A-Scientist archive of the US Department of Energy.

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