We have to convert the melting point of mercury (-38.87 °C) from Celsius (centigrade units) to Fahrenheit units.
The conversion between Fahrenheit and Celsius units is performed by this formula:
Of the 90 or so naturally occurring elements, only four are liquid near room temperature. Convert these melting points to degrees Fahrenheit.
mercury (melting point = -38.87 °C)
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