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-The temperature at which a solid substance undergoes fusion, changing from a solid to a liquid state. Contrast with freezing point.+The '''[[temperature]]''' at which a '''[[solid]]''' substance undergoes fusion, changing from a solid to a '''[[liquid]]''' state. Contrast with freezing point.
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The temperature at which a solid substance undergoes fusion, changing from a solid to a liquid state. Contrast with freezing point.

Examples;

  • 1 Life of Ice in a Glass by Sandeep Erasani[1]



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