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Celsius

The scale of temperature equal to absolute temperature minus 273° (K − 273°). It is denoted as °C. Previously called centigrade. The standard temperature scale in the metric system, which sets the freezing point at 0° and the boiling point at 100° (compared to 32 and 212°, respectively, in the Fahrenheit scale). Named after Swedish astronomer Andres Celsius, who published his paper on the subject in 1742.
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5 degree Celsius temperature increase, 89% of coral reefs are expected to suffer from serious bleaching, severely affecting reef-related fisheries and tourism in Southeast Asia.
The recently released Synthesis Report of the IPCC mentions that the world needs to cut its emissions between 40 and 70% below 2010 levels by 2050 to stay within the 2 degree celsius temperature increase pathway.
To convert Celsius temperatures to Fahrenheit, students need to do the following steps:
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It is selectable for Fahrenheit or celsius temperature readings, offers high and low set points with audible alarms, can store and recall 2520 readings per channel and has a 10 second to hourly sequential scan capability.
The CryoPen delivers treatment at -105x Celsius temperature and patients typically require only one treatment.
Meanwhile, the local Met office recorded 91 percent relative humidity (RH) with 19 degree Celsius temperature which also caused interruption in smooth traffic flow on roads of the districts of Hyderabad division.
According to past statistics, Jebel Shams has recorded as low as minus eight degree Celsius temperature also.
Casupang said a 36degree Celsius temperature had to be maintained to preserve the quality of the "semen.
Hawking also said that temperate climates helped too, with a five degree Celsius temperature rise more than halving England's win rate, adding that on the psychological front, England has a better record wearing red than white shirts because red can make players feel more confident and appear more aggressive.
Stephen Glassey, Metservice meteorologist, predicted that Central Otago will be the hardest hit with a 12 degrees Celsius temperature in Cromwell and 9C forecasted for Queenstown.
5 degrees Celsius temperature change inside their homes, he said, while elaborating on a pilot project that started last summer on 500 residential buildings in Abu Dhabi.