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Sigma KEE - meltingPoint
meltingPoint

appearance as argument number 1
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(documentation meltingPoint ChineseLanguage "这是当 PureSubstanceSolid 变成 Liquid 状态的温度。注:Arsenic 可以直接从 Solid 升华成 Gas,这意味着它的熔点和沸点是相等的。") chinese_format.kif 1420-1421
(documentation meltingPoint EnglishLanguage "The temperature at which a PureSubstance changes state from a Solid to a Liquid. Note that Arsenic can sublimate directly from Solid to Gas which means that its melting and boiling points are equal.") Merge.kif 13632-13634
(domain meltingPoint 2 TemperatureMeasure) Merge.kif 13631-13631 The number 2 argument of melting point is an instance of temperature measure
(domainSubclass meltingPoint 1 PureSubstance) Merge.kif 13630-13630 The number 1 argument of melting point is a subclass of pure substance
(instance meltingPoint BinaryPredicate) Merge.kif 13629-13629 melting point is an instance of binary predicate

appearance as argument number 2
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(format ChineseLanguage meltingPoint "%2 %n 是 %1 的 melting 点") domainEnglishFormat.kif 1679-1679
(format ChineseTraditionalLanguage meltingPoint "%2 %n 是 %1 的 melting 點") domainEnglishFormat.kif 1678-1678
(format EnglishLanguage meltingPoint "%2 is %n a melting point of %1") domainEnglishFormat.kif 1677-1677
(termFormat ChineseLanguage meltingPoint "熔点") domainEnglishFormat.kif 36972-36972
(termFormat ChineseTraditionalLanguage meltingPoint "熔點") domainEnglishFormat.kif 36971-36971
(termFormat EnglishLanguage meltingPoint "melting point") domainEnglishFormat.kif 36970-36970

antecedent
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(=>
    (and
        (instance ?SUBSTANCE ?TYPE)
        (boilingPoint ?TYPE
            (MeasureFn ?TEMP1 ?MEASURE))
        (meltingPoint ?TYPE
            (MeasureFn ?TEMP2 ?MEASURE))
        (instance ?MEASURE UnitOfTemperature)
        (holdsDuring ?TIME
            (measure ?SUBSTANCE
                (MeasureFn ?TEMP3 ?MEASURE)))
        (greaterThan ?TEMP3 ?TEMP2)
        (lessThan ?TEMP3 ?TEMP1))
    (or
        (holdsDuring ?TIME
            (attribute ?SUBSTANCE Liquid))
        (exists (?MELT)
            (and
                (overlapsTemporally
                    (WhenFn ?MELT) ?TIME)
                (instance ?MELT Melting)
                (patient ?MELT ?SUBSTANCE)))))
Merge.kif 13636-13651
(=>
    (and
        (instance ?SUBSTANCE ?TYPE)
        (meltingPoint ?TYPE
            (MeasureFn ?TEMP1 ?MEASURE))
        (holdsDuring ?TIME
            (measure ?SUBSTANCE
                (MeasureFn ?TEMP2 ?MEASURE)))
        (instance ?MEASURE UnitOfTemperature)
        (lessThan ?TEMP2 ?TEMP1))
    (or
        (holdsDuring ?TIME
            (attribute ?SUBSTANCE Solid))
        (exists (?FREEZE)
            (and
                (overlapsTemporally
                    (WhenFn ?FREEZE) ?TIME)
                (instance ?FREEZE Freezing)
                (patient ?FREEZE ?SUBSTANCE)))))
Merge.kif 13653-13666
(=>
    (and
        (instance ?X ?Y)
        (subclass ?Y PureSubstance)
        (boilingPoint ?Y
            (MeasureFn ?BOIL KelvinDegree))
        (meltingPoint ?Y
            (MeasureFn ?MELT KelvinDegree))
        (measure ?X
            (MeasureFn ?TEMP KelvinDegree))
        (greaterThan ?TEMP ?MELT)
        (lessThan ?TEMP ?BOIL))
    (attribute ?X Liquid))
Merge.kif 13582-13591
(=>
    (and
        (instance ?X ?Y)
        (subclass ?Y PureSubstance)
        (meltingPoint ?Y
            (MeasureFn ?MELT KelvinDegree))
        (barometricPressure ?X
            (MeasureFn ?PRES InchMercury))
        (greaterThan ?PRES 29.92)
        (measure ?X
            (MeasureFn ?TEMP KelvinDegree))
        (lessThan ?TEMP ?MELT))
    (attribute ?X Solid))
Merge.kif 13593-13602
(=>
    (and
        (meltingPoint ?TYPE
            (MeasureFn ?MELT ?U))
        (boilingPoint ?TYPE
            (MeasureFn ?BOIL ?U)))
    (greaterThanOrEqualTo ?BOIL ?MELT))
Merge.kif 13668-13672

appearance as argument number 0
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(meltingPoint Actinium
    (MeasureFn 1320.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28843-28843 1320.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of actinium
(meltingPoint Aluminum
    (MeasureFn 933.52 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28691-28691 933.52 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of aluminum
(meltingPoint Americium
    (MeasureFn 1267.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28855-28855 1267.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of americium
(meltingPoint Antimony
    (MeasureFn 903.89 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28767-28767 903.89 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of antimony
(meltingPoint Argon
    (MeasureFn 83.78 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28701-28701 83.78 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of argon
(meltingPoint Arsenic
    (MeasureFn 886.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28731-28731 886.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of arsenic
(meltingPoint Astatine
    (MeasureFn 575.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28835-28835 575.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of astatine
(meltingPoint Barium
    (MeasureFn 998.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28777-28777 998.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of barium
(meltingPoint Berkelium
    (MeasureFn 1259.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28859-28859 1259.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of berkelium
(meltingPoint Beryllium
    (MeasureFn 1551.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28673-28673 1551.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of beryllium
(meltingPoint Bismuth
    (MeasureFn 544.5 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28831-28831 544.5 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of bismuth
(meltingPoint Boron
    (MeasureFn 2573.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28675-28675 2573.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of boron
(meltingPoint Bromine
    (MeasureFn 265.9 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28735-28735 265.9 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of bromine
(meltingPoint Cadmium
    (MeasureFn 594.1 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28761-28761 594.1 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of cadmium
(meltingPoint Caesium
    (MeasureFn 301.55 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28775-28775 301.55 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of caesium
(meltingPoint Calcium
    (MeasureFn 1112.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28705-28705 1112.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of calcium
(meltingPoint Californium
    (MeasureFn 1173.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28860-28860 1173.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of californium
(meltingPoint Carbon
    (MeasureFn 3823.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28677-28677 3823.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of carbon
(meltingPoint Cerium
    (MeasureFn 1071.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28781-28781 1071.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of cerium
(meltingPoint Chlorine
    (MeasureFn 172.17 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28699-28699 172.17 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of chlorine
(meltingPoint Chromium
    (MeasureFn 2130.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28713-28713 2130.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of chromium
(meltingPoint Cobalt
    (MeasureFn 1768.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28719-28719 1768.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of cobalt
(meltingPoint Copper
    (MeasureFn 1356.6 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28723-28723 1356.6 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of copper
(meltingPoint Curium
    (MeasureFn 1613.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28858-28858 1613.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of curium
(meltingPoint Dysprosium
    (MeasureFn 1682.0 KelvinDegree))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28797-28797 1682.0 Kelvin degree(s) is a melting point of dysprosium

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