Tungsten has the highest melting point, which is equal to 3422 degree Celsius.
Tungsten is known as one of the toughest things found in nature. It is super dense and almost impossible to melt. One of the most common and hardest tungsten compounds is tungsten carbide. Because of its strength when made into compounds, tungsten is used to harden saw blades and make drill bits.
- It is used as a dry lubricant in temperatures as high as 932 degrees Fahrenheit.
- The military uses tungsten to make bullets and missiles
- Some other uses of tungsten include metal evaporation work, the manufacturing of paints, making glass-to-metal seals and creating electron and television tubes.