Celsius degree


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Celsius degree

[′sel·sē·əs di′grē]
(thermodynamics)
Unit of temperature interval or difference equal to the kelvin.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Partly cloudy to clear and abundantly sunny skies are expected to prevail on Tuesday and temperature is anticipated to further slightly rise, approaching 6 Celsius degrees above the seasonal average.
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Temperature is anticipated to rise on Friday, approaching about 4 Celsius degree above seasonal average accompanied by partially cloudy to clear and pleasant skies.
Each degree would be equal to a Celsius degree, so that the freezing point of water would be 273.15[degrees] A (for Absolute).
The temperature is about 5 Celsius degree the whole year.
The temperatures in the surrounding seas are a Celsius degree warmer than they were this time last year.
"The UK will be sucking up tropical air from the south and temperatures in our surrounding seas are a celsius degree warmer than this time last year.
(Note that it is common for the water to super-cool below 0 [degrees] C before stabilizing at the actual freezing point.) Temperatures should be estimated to the nearest one quarter of a Celsius degree.
At each of more than 230 of those sites, the average DTR for Saturday, Sunday, and Monday varied from the average DTR for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday by several tenths of a Celsius degree, says Piers M.
The highly-pressurized zinc vapor is produced during the welding process because the zinc has lower boiling point (906 Celsius degree) than the melting point of steel (more than 1300 Celsius degree).
No significant change is expected in temperatures which remain about 11 Celsius degrees ( AC) above the seasonal average.