Why Does Metal Have A High Melting Point?


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In metals atoms are bonded together very firmly,in which a positive ion can be imagined to be immersed n a sea of electrons,and the positive ion attracts all electrons within its sphere of influence.This is called as mettalic bond.To break these bonds, a very large amount of energy is needed .that is why most metals have a high melting point

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