The international temperature scale
ITS-90 has been established on the secondary level at the national standard laboratory for temperature in Estonia, METROSERT, in the temperature range from -40[degrees]C to + 300[degrees]C.
0] is used to indicate temperatures measured in a nonabsolute temperature scale
A third significant temperature scale
(degrees Kelvin [[degrees]K]) relates mainly to thermodynamics.
For the other end of the temperature scale
, Bayer researchers have come up with tough, glass-reinforced Baymer PUR foams (PIR would be too brittle) to insulate liquid natural gas (LNG) tankers at -200 C (-328 F).
This young man would become best known as Lord Kelvin; today the name Kelvin describes a temperature scale
It is, after all, winter and we should expect the temperature scale
to drift below 50F occasionally.
3 of the homologous temperature, which is the ratio of operating temperature to melting temperature on an absolute temperature scale
The appropriateness of an inverse temperature scale
in view of the Third Law of Thermodynamics has been mentioned by Zemansky (23) and others even though such propositions are often based on considerations of the opposite extreme, the infinite-temperature limit.
On arrival yesterday morning at the plush Emperador Hotel the temperature scale
read 22C, but that had risen rapidly by midday into the low 30s.
Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit, the inventor of the mercury thermometer whose name is applied to the temperature scale
, was born in the city of Gdansk in 1686.
AT] to be 1, so when the outside temperature of the mock-up is kept the same as of the prototype, the temperature scale
SCOTLAND is the nation responsible for providing the world with such scientific advances as anaesthetic, penicillin, pneumatic tyres, refrigerators, mobile steam engines, telephones, televisions, radar, tarred roads and the Kelvin temperature scale
to name but a few.