The older name for the Celsius temperature scale. Officially abandoned by international agreement in 1948, but still in common use.
The older name for the Celsius temperature scale. The use of this name was officially abandoned by international agreement in 1948.
This is the metric temperature is a scale. The freezing point of water 0o and the the boiling point to 100° C.
The scale of temperature that registers the freezing point of water as 0 degrees and the boiling point as 100 degrees.
(Abbreviated Â°C.) A temperature scale with the ice point of water at 0Â° and the boiling point at 100Â°. Conversion to the Fahrenheit temperature scale is according to the formula Â°C = 5/9 (Â°F âˆ’ 32). See Celsius temperature scale.