The temperature units in use or still known today were introduced by various scientists over the course of the last 300 years. The respective temperature scales were named after them. Here we present the temperature units degree Celsius (°C), Kelvin (K), degree Fahrenheit (°F), degree Rankine (°Ra) and degree Réaumur (°Ré), as well as their conversion into other respective temperatures. You can easily convert all of these temperatures into each other using the temperature calculator below.
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This page of the 'Temperatures' category was last edited or reviewed by Michael Mühl on February 20, 2023. It corresponds to the current status.
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