Nissen, Søren Rune
Me and a colleague are looking (Just for the fun of it) for the material which has the highest boiling point. Our evaporater, which we use to boil palladium, claims that since it can boil Wolfram/Tungsten, it can evaporate anything. Material physics like this is not my strong suit, but surely there must be a material on earth that has a higher boiling point? Possibly some ceramic material like they use on the space shuttle?