Hi, I'm looking through wikipedia for a formula to calculate the boiling point of liquids in function of the atmospheric pressure but I didn't find any. In fact I'm curious what it would be for water on the Moon, Jupiter and so on. By the way, is the fusion point pressure-dependent? I guess no. So if a planet has a high pressure at ground level, I could heat up water and put a piece of iron and watching it being liquefied.