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We have performed simulations of coexisting liquid and solid phases of aluminum as an efBcient way of mapping out the coexistence line. This technique is convenient, as it does not require complicated free energy calculations for the different phases, but simply allows the system to equilibrate to a coexistence point. By altering the simulation volume and jor energy, a new coexistence point is found. The calculated melting temperature is lower than previous results for the identical model; wedoi:10.1103/physrevb.49.3109 pmid:10011167 fatcat:6yadu52gsjcf7odgqw34t6elaa