# Convert Temperature

Type in a temperature using any scale and you will get conversion to all other scales instantly.

°C-Celsius | |

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°K-Kelvin | |

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°F-Fahrenheit | |

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°R-Rankine | |

## Conversion Formula

Convert From To | Formula | Example |
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Celsius to Kelvin | T^{°C}+273.15=T^{K} | 0^{°C}+ 273.15=273.15^{K} |

Celsius to Fahrenheit | (T^{°C }×9/5)+32=T^{°F} | (0^{°C}×9/5)+32=32^{°F} |

Celsius to Rankine | T^{°C}×9/5+491.67=T^{°R} | 0^{°C}×9/5+491.67=491.67^{°R} |

Kelvin to Celsius | T^{K}−273.15=T^{°C} | 0^{K}−273.15=-273.1^{°C} |

Kelvin to Fahrenheit | (T^{K}−273.15)×9/5+32=T^{°F} | (0^{K}−273.15)×9/5+32=-459.7^{°F} |

Kelvin to Rankine | T^{K}×9/5=T^{°R} | 0^{K}×9/5=0^{°R} |

Fahrenheit to Celsius | (T^{°F}− 32)×5/9=T^{°C } | (32^{°F}−32)×5/9=0^{°C } |

Fahrenheit to Kelvin | (T^{°F}−32)×5/9+273.15=T^{K} | (32^{°F}−32)×5/9+273.15=273.15^{K} |

Fahrenheit to Rankine | T^{°F}+459.67=T^{°R} | 32^{°F}+459.67=491.67^{°R} |

Rankine to Celsius | (T^{°R}−491.67)×5/9=T^{°C } | (1^{°R}−491.67)×5/9=-272.6^{°C } |

Rankine to Kelvin | T^{°R}×5/9=T^{K} | 1^{°R}×5/9=0.5556^{K} |

Rankine to Fahrenheit | T^{°R}−459.67=T^{°F} | 1^{°R}−459.67=-458.7^{°F} |

## Celsius

symbol: °C

The freezing temperature of water creates the 0 of celsius degree mesurement 0℃.

and the boiling temperature of water creates the 100 of celsius degree mesurement ~100°C (exact temperature 99.9839 °C).

The Celsius scale is an interval system that follows a relative scale.
Meaning the temperature interval between 20℃ to 30℃ and 30℃ to 40℃ is the same but 40℃ does not have twice the air
heat energy of 20℃.

## Fahrenheit

symbol: ℉

The freezing temperature of water messured to be 32 °F.

And the boiling temperature of water messured to be ~212°F (exact temperature 211.97102°F).

Fahrenheit is a thermodynamic temperature scale in which there are 180 degrees between boiling and freezing points of water.
One Fahrenheit degree is 1/180 of the interval between the freezing point and the boiling point of water.
A temperature difference of 1℉ is the equivalent of a temperature difference 0.556℃.

## Kelvin

symbol: K

The freezing temperature of water messured to be 273.15 K
And the boiling temperature of water messured to be 373.1339 K

Kelvin is used as International System of Units (SI),
also it is used to measure of colors temperature where blue is clod and red is hot.

## Rankine

symbol: °R

The freezing temperature of water messured to be 491.67 °R.

And the boiling temperature of water messured to be 671.64102 °R.

Rankine scale consist of absolute zero that is the same as Kelvin
and heat measurement is done using degrees Fahrenheit.

## Mentionable Temperature Points

Point | Celsius | Kelvin | Fahrenheit | Rankine |
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Absolute zero | −273.15 °C | 0 K | −459.67 °F | 0 °R |

Brine freez | −17.78 °C | 255.37 K | 0 °F | 459.67 °R |

Water freez | 0 °C | 273.15 K | 32 °F | 491.67 °R |

Boiling point | 99.9839 °C | 373.1339 K | 211.97102 °F | 671.64102 °R |

## Temperature Points Explanation

#### Absolute zero

The lowest limit of the thermodynamic temperature scale.

#### Brine freez

Highly saturated salt water solution.

#### Water freez

Temperature at which a water turns to a ice.

#### Boiling point

Temperature at which a water start to vaporate.