What metal can withstand higher temperatures than tungsten
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What metal is more resistant to heat than tungsten?
Among all metal elements, tungsten's melting point is the highest, at 3,422 (boiling points 5,930). No metal element is higher in melting point than the tungsten.
Tungsten is element number 74 in the VIB Group of Period 6. Each atom has the ability to form six metal bondings.
There are elements that are more resistant to heat than tungsten. Solid carbon, for example, can be heated up to 3,627 degrees c. However, carbon does not have a fixed melting temperature (one atmosphere), because it sublimates between 3627 and 4330 degrees c.
Ta4HfC5, a material with a 4215-degree melting point, is currently the most heat resistant material that has been manufactured by humans. It's made from tantalum carbide and hafnium carbide (melting point nearly 4000), both of which have higher melting points than tungsten.
The melting point of a material is dependent on its pressure. The higher the pressure the higher it will be. But when temperature and pressure go beyond critical, then the material loses melting point.
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