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Temperature Converter is a free online Temperature Conversion Tool for Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion chart tool. It also helps as centigrade to Fahrenheit conversion table.
According to Wikipedia Temperature is a physical quantity that expresses the subjective perception of heat and cold. The temperature is measured with a thermometer that has historically been calibrated at different temperature scales and units of measurement. The scales most commonly used are the Celsius scale, in ° C (informal, Celsius degrees), the Fahrenheit scale (° F) and the Kelvin scale. The Kelvin (K) is the unit of temperature in the International System of Units (SI) in which the temperature is one of the seven basic units.
The lowest theoretical temperature is the absolute zero in which the thermal movement of all the fundamental particles in matter reaches a minimum. Although classically described as motionless, the particles in the quantum mechanical description still have a finite zero point energy. Absolute zero is given as 0 K on the Kelvin scale, -273.15 C on the Celsius scale, and -459.67 ° F on the Fahrenheit scale.
Example: 40° F
40 - 32 = 8 (must always subtract 32)
8 ÷ 1.8 = 4.4° C
|a||0° F||- 17.8°C|
|b||32° F (freezing point)||0°C|
|c||70° F (room temperature)||21.1°C|
|d||98.6° F (body temperature)||37°C|
|f||212° F (boiling point)||100°C|
Example: 40° C
40 x 1.8 = 72
72 + 32 = 104° F (must always add 32)
|a||0° C (freezing point)||32°F|
|e||100° C (boiling point)||212°F|
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