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Gallium is a solid at room temperature, but has a melting point of 302.91 K. Compared to the temperature of the human body, 98.6°F, which is true?
A. Gallium melts at a lower temperature than body temperature, so it could melt in your hand if you hold it.
B. Gallium melts at a higher temperature than body temperature, so it will not melt in your hand if you hold it.
C. The melting point of gallium is less than the freezing point of water.
D. The melting point of gallium is greater than the boiling point of water.