For most substances, the melting point and freezing point is the same, because the freezing point is when the liquid becomes a solid and the melting point is when a solid becomes a liquid. With that said, the chemical element (as opposed to liquids containing solutes) tungsten has the highest melting point, and therefore the highest freezing point, at 3683 K (3410 C, 6170 F).
To be fair, the melting/freezing point of substances also depend on atmospheric pressure, so on Jupiter or Mars, this temperature would be different. Also, some liquids don’t even have known freezing points if they are supercooled. For more information on how that works, click here.
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