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if a solid piece of naphthalene is heated and remains at 80c until it is compleatly melted you know that 80 c is

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    its just like Water freezes at 0°C. Ice melts at 0°C. the freezing point and melting point are both two sides of the same coin just depending on which direction you are going. so 80°C is both the melting point and the freezing point.

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