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Heat of Fusion of the elements

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Hydrogen0.558 kJ/mol Niobium26.8 kJ/mol Thallium4.2 kJ/mol
Helium0.02 kJ/mol Molybdenum36 kJ/mol Lead4.77 kJ/mol
Lithium3 kJ/mol Technetium23 kJ/mol Bismuth10.9 kJ/mol
Beryllium7.95 kJ/mol Ruthenium25.7 kJ/mol Polonium13 kJ/mol
Boron50 kJ/mol Rhodium21.7 kJ/mol Astatine6 kJ/mol
Carbon105 kJ/mol Palladium16.7 kJ/mol Radon3 kJ/mol
Nitrogen0.36 kJ/mol Silver11.3 kJ/mol Francium2 kJ/mol
Oxygen0.222 kJ/mol Cadmium6.3 kJ/mol Radium8 kJ/mol
Fluorine0.26 kJ/mol Indium3.26 kJ/mol Actinium14 kJ/mol
Neon0.34 kJ/mol Tin7 kJ/mol Thorium16 kJ/mol
Sodium2.6 kJ/mol Antimony19.7 kJ/mol Protactinium15 kJ/mol
Magnesium8.7 kJ/mol Tellurium17.5 kJ/mol Uranium14 kJ/mol
Aluminum10.7 kJ/mol Iodine7.76 kJ/mol Neptunium10 kJ/mol
Silicon50.2 kJ/mol Xenon2.3 kJ/mol PlutoniumN/A
Phosphorus0.64 kJ/mol Cesium2.09 kJ/mol AmericiumN/A
Sulfur1.73 kJ/mol Barium8 kJ/mol CuriumN/A
Chlorine3.2 kJ/mol Lanthanum6.3 kJ/mol BerkeliumN/A
Argon1.18 kJ/mol Cerium5.5 kJ/mol CaliforniumN/A
Potassium2.33 kJ/mol Praseodymium6.9 kJ/mol EinsteiniumN/A
Calcium8.54 kJ/mol Neodymium7.1 kJ/mol FermiumN/A
Scandium16 kJ/mol Promethium7.7 kJ/mol MendeleviumN/A
Titanium18.7 kJ/mol Samarium8.5 kJ/mol NobeliumN/A
Vanadium22.8 kJ/mol Europium9.3 kJ/mol LawrenciumN/A
Chromium20.5 kJ/mol Gadolinium10 kJ/mol RutherfordiumN/A
Manganese13.2 kJ/mol Terbium10.8 kJ/mol DubniumN/A
Iron13.8 kJ/mol Dysprosium11.1 kJ/mol SeaborgiumN/A
Cobalt16.2 kJ/mol Holmium17 kJ/mol BohriumN/A
Nickel17.2 kJ/mol Erbium19.9 kJ/mol HassiumN/A
Copper13.1 kJ/mol Thulium16.8 kJ/mol MeitneriumN/A
Zinc7.35 kJ/mol Ytterbium7.7 kJ/mol DarmstadtiumN/A
Gallium5.59 kJ/mol Lutetium22 kJ/mol RoentgeniumN/A
Germanium31.8 kJ/mol Hafnium25.5 kJ/mol CoperniciumN/A
Arsenic27.7 kJ/mol Tantalum36 kJ/mol NihoniumN/A
Selenium5.4 kJ/mol Tungsten35 kJ/mol FleroviumN/A
Bromine5.8 kJ/mol Rhenium33 kJ/mol MoscoviumN/A
Krypton1.64 kJ/mol Osmium31 kJ/mol LivermoriumN/A
Rubidium2.19 kJ/mol Iridium26 kJ/mol TennessineN/A
Strontium8 kJ/mol Platinum20 kJ/mol OganessonN/A
Yttrium11.4 kJ/mol Gold12.5 kJ/mol
Zirconium21 kJ/mol Mercury2.29 kJ/mol

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Common Properties
Abundance in Earth's Crust Discovery Year
Abundance in Humans Electrical Conductivity
Abundance in Meteorites Electron Affinity
Abundance in the Ocean Electron Configuration
Abundance in the Sun Electronegativity
Abundance in the Universe Half Life
Atomic Mass Heat of Fusion
Atomic Number Heat of Vaporization
Atomic Radius Ionization Energies
Boiling Point Melting Point
Covalent Radius Specific Heat
Other Properties
Adiabatic Index Mohs Hardness
Allotrope Names Molar Magnetic Susceptibility
Alternate Names Molar Volume
Block Neutron Cross Section
Brinell Hardness Neutron Mass Absorption
Bulk Modulus NFPA Label
CAS Number Period
CID Number Phase
Color Poisson Ratio
Critical Pressure Quantum Numbers
Critical Temperature Radioactive
Crystal Structure Refractive Index
Curie Point Resistivity
Decay Mode RTECS Number
DOT Hazard Class Series
DOT Numbers Shear Modulus
Electrical Type Space Group Name
Gas Atomic Multiplicities Space Group Number
Group Speed of Sound
Isotope Abundances Superconducting Point
Isotopes (All Known) Symbol
Isotopes (Stable) Thermal Conductivity
Lattice Angles Thermal Expansion
Lattice Constants Valence
Lifetime Van Der Waals Radius
Liquid Density Vickers Hardness
Magnetic Type Volume Magnetic Susceptibility
Mass Magnetic Susceptibility Young Modulus