What is the boiling, melting, and freezing point of oxygen?

Please give in Kelvin, Celsius, and Fahrenheit
 
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Posted on May. 27th, 2008

The Boiling Point: 90.2 K, -182.95 °C, -297.31 °F

The Melting Point: 54.36 K, -218.79 °C, -361.82 °F

The Freezing Point is the same as a Melting Point (Liquid to solid, Solid to Liquid).

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108 IKU
Posted on May. 27th, 2008

The boiling point in 90.2 K, or-182.95 degrees Celsius, or-297.31 degrees Fahrenheit.
The freezing and melting point is 54.8 K , or-218.35 degree Celsius, or-361.03 degree Fahrenheit.
You can find a great temperature conversion tool at: http://www.onlineconversion.com/temperature.htm
Also when I needed information about the elements of my chemistry class I found this interactive table. Maybe it will be able to help you too.
http://www.dayah.com/periodic/



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