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Say you have two substances, A and B. A has a melting point of 300 degrees Celcius, while B has a melting point of 200 degrees Celcius.

If you took a mixed melting point where the ratio of A is higher than B, what would the melting range look like?

Would the melting point be significantly depressed and melt below the melting point of B?

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    the latter is true. Look up the word flux.

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