Explanation of terms used by DrugBank

Melting point

The melting point is the temperature at which a substance undergoes a solid to liquid phase change (i.e., it melts), usually indicated by a range of temperatures.

In DrugBank, it may be possible to find the [experimental] melting point and the actual melting point of a drug, if this information is available.

DrugBank includes information regarding drug properties in a table format, such as the experimental melting point, which can be found in the "Experimental properties" section of a drug entry.