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Freezing point
Dec 19, 2017
The solidification point is the temperature when the crystal matter is solidified, and different crystals have different solidification points. At a certain pressure, the freezing point of any crystal is the same as the melting points. In the same crystal, the freezing point is related to the pressure. The solidification point decreases with the increase of pressure when the volume expands during solidification, and the solidification point increases with the increase of pressure. During solidification, the liquid is turned into a solid and the heat is released. So when the temperature of the material is higher than the melting point, it will be in a liquid state. Non-crystalline material has no solidification point.