Let's assume a mixture which can be heated without decomposing. This site explains that while pure substances have a sharply defined melting point and boiling point, mixtures tend to have a melting range. But what about the boiling point of mixtures? Is it always a point, always a range, or sometimes a point and something a range? If it is "sometimes", is one of the cases the rule and the other the exception, or are both pretty common?
To keep the question simple, we can stay with atmospheric pressure.