At what temperatures is lithium a solid, a liquid, or a gas?(in metric units only please) 

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The Alkali metal Lithium, third element of the Periodic Table, is a very soft, silvery metal. It has a melting/freezing point of 180.54°C and a liquefying/boiling point of about 1,335°C.  So Lithium exists as a solid from absolute zero (-273 C) to 180.54 C, as a liquid from 180.54 C to 1335 C, and as a gas above 1335 C.

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Liquid:  180.54 °C

Solid: absolute 0 to 180.54°C

Gas: 1347.0 °C