Constitution; state; degree of any quality.
Condition with respect to heat or cold, especially as indicated by the sensation produced, or by the thermometer or pyrometer; degree of heat or cold; as, the temperature of the air; high temperature; low temperature; temperature of freezing or of boiling.
The degree of heat of the body of a living being, esp. of the human body; also (Colloq.), loosely, the excess of this over the normal (of the human body 98°-99.5° F., in the mouth of an adult about 98.4°).
The degree of hotness or coldness of anything.
Indication of how hot or cold a substance is.
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Normal adult temperature varies among horses, but will usually range in degrees from 99.5°F to 100.5°F.
A specific degree of hotness or coldness as indicated on or referred to a standard scale.
Average 100° F (38° C), (99.1° to 100.8° F. range, influenced by age).
A measure of heat intensity, or how energetic the particles of a sample are.
The degree of hotness or coldness on a definite scale by means of a thermometer.
A measure of the hotness or coldness of the ambient air as measured by a suitable instrument.
the average of potential and kinetic energies in a substance.
A measure of heat in an object. It is a physical quantity characterising the random motion of molecules within a body. The most common scale is the Celsius scale with 0°C the freezing point of water at sea level. This corresponds to 273.15 K in the Kelvin scale which has its zero at absolute zero, the lowest physically possible temperature.
You cannot measure heat directly, but you can detect its effect on a substance. Changes in heat can usually be detected as changes in temperature. When you add heat energy to a substance, it usually warms; when you remove heat energy it usually cools.
Temperature is a measurement of the energy of a material's molecules. It is a not a direct measurement of the heat of an object, but is instead related to the energy of its molecules.
Temperature plays a large role in the growth and productivity of plants. In the greenhouse, temperature is measured in degrees celsius. Sunlight during the day often raises the temperature, altering growing conditions for the plants. This becomes an issue especially when photosynthesis measurements are being made. Since all plants cannot be measured at the same time, changing greenhouse conditions means that some plants may be measured at lower temperatures than others.
A measure of the average kinetic energy of a substance. Determines the direction of heat transfer.
A measure of hotness or coldness expressed in one of three temperature scales — Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin. Temperature indicates the direction that heat energy will flow — from a hotter body to a colder one.
degree of heat measured on a definite scale.
The measure of heat intensity in degrees Fahrenheit or Centigrade.
An intensive property that measures the extent to which an object can be labeled "hot" or "cold."
In radio astronomy, many normalized measures of spectral power density are referred to as temperatures. See antenna temperature, brightness temperature, system temperature.
a measure of how hot or cold an object is with respect to a reference object.
Temperature is measure to the average kinetic energy of its molecules. The SI unit in which thermodynamic temperature is expressed is the kelvin (K).
Measure of heat. Ideal temperature for African Violets is between 65 and 75 degrees F.
How hot one body is when compared to another.
The measurement of how hot or cold something is.
The measure of the thermal energy (heat) of a substance. Measured in °Celsius.
Heat level or pressure . The thermal state of a body with respect to its ability to pick up heat from or pass heat to another body.
Search is based on brightness temperature (in degrees Kelvin) range measured in the image; valid only with IR images.
A measure of the speed of motion of a typical atom or molecule in a substance.
The measure of the intensity of heat that a substance possesses.
Measure of the energy in a substance. The more heat energy in the substance, the higher the temperature.
A measure of the amount of heat in an object, and an indication of the speed of the particles that comprise it.
thermal state of matter with reference to its tendency to communicate energy (heat) to other matter by radiation exchange, conduction, or convection [°C] [K] Temperatur
measurement of the average kinetic energy of the individual atoms of a substance or object.
A term used to express the relative intensity of heat. It is identified with the kinetic energy of translation of molecules and has a value of absolute zero where all motion has ceased.
a measure of the amount of heat in an object expressed in degrees on one of the established temperature scales
The temperature is a measure of the internal energy that a substance contains. This is the most measured quantity in the atmosphere.
A word used to describe the level of heat of molecular activity.
the somatic sensation of cold or heat
The temperature of an object is a measure of how hot or cold the object is.
A measure of energy in something. The more a substance has heat energy, the higher is its temperature.
the average speed of all the molecules within a certain area.
the amount of heat in a substance. Expressed in degrees of Centrigrade or Fahrenheit.
average kinetic energy of a material
the property of a region or body which determines whether or not there will be a flow of heat into or out of the body.
the heat content of a substance in degrees Fahrenheit or Centigrade
The measurement of cold and heat.
The measurement of the average kinetic energy of moving molecules within a substance.
a measure of the warmth (or coolness) of air, water, or soil. Temperature is measured locally and can be aggregated across regions or the globe. Of course, a global average will not distinguish between usual temperatures in cold climates compared with warmer areas. Temperature varies during the day and by season in a particular location, so sometimes is averaged for the time period of interest. Scientists usually measure temperature in degrees Celsius, but temperatures also are reported in degrees Fahrenheit because many people prefer these units.
Temperature is an important factor to consider when using disinfectants. Disinfectants are designed for use in all temperatures of water. A basic rule says, “the higher the temperature of the water, the more complete the disinfectant will clean. Use the hottest water available. CAUTION: Hot water can dull floor finishes.
A measure of thermal content. See also Ambient Temperature.
the average kinetic energy of the particles of a substance.
The sea surface temperature at the Waverider buoy (in ° Celsius).
As applied to crystal oscillators, temperature is specified in degrees Celsius. Normally the centre of all temperature ranges is +25 degrees Celsius.
The average velocity of the molecules of a material; how hot or cold a substance is.
The measure of the degree of hotness of a substance
temperature is what you measure with a thermometer (this is kind of an operational definition). More precisely, the temperature of a system tells how much the internal energy of the system grows upon a given increase of entropy
Measure of how hot or cold it is in an area.
A measure of how fast the particles in matter move.
a measure of the warmth or coldness of an object or substance with reference to a standard value.
The average kinetic energy of atoms and molecules in an object.
Property of an object --- its hotness or coldness --- that governs the direction that heat energy flows.
usually refers to the star's surface temperature colour as calculated from Wien's law or from the colour index effective as calculated from Stefan's law excitation as calculated from the intensities of spectral lines from different energy levels ionisation as calculated from the intensities of spectral lines from different ionisation states (e.g. neutral calcium, Ca I, and singly ionised calcium, Ca II) kinetic as calculated from the average kinetic energy of gas atoms: this is the "real" physical temperature, but is not directly measurable, whereas the others are.
A measure of the "hotness" of a substance.
A measure of the internal energy of a substance, usually referred to as the degree of hotness or coldness as measured on a specific scale.
Temperature is a measure of the heat content of a body (the atmosphere in the case of weather). The molecular motion of a substance creates energy, which can be measured in terms of the heat it generates. Air, water, and soil can all be measured for temperature.
The temperature is the specific degree of hotness or coldness of the body. It is usually measured with a thermometer.
Physical parameter characterising the thermal state of a body. Measured in units of degrees Celsius (oC), Fahrenheit (oF) or Kelvin
A measure of how hot or cold something is
A degree of hotness or coldness the can be measured using a thermometer. Also a measure of how fast the atoms and molecules of a substance are moving (see Kinetic energy). Temperature is measured in degrees on the Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin scales.
the degree of heat of an object or atmosphere.. -Kelvin: 0 degrees (absolute zero) is equal to -273.15 degrees C (-459.67 degrees F). -Celsius: 0 degrees is the freezing point of water; 100 degrees is the boiling point. -Fahrenheit: 32 degrees is the freezing point of water; 212 degrees is the boiling point. To change a temperature on the Celsius scale to one on the Fahrenheit scale, multiply the Celsius temperature by 9/5 and then add 32. The formula is: degrees F. = 9/5 (degrees C) + 32. The equation for changing a temperature on the Fahrenheit scale to one on the Celsius scale is : degrees C = 9/5 ( degrees F. - 32). When referring to Kelvin degrees, it is customary not to include the degree symbol. The following would be correct: The temperature of space is 3 degrees K.
The degree of hotness or coldness of an environment. Removal of vegetative shade from banks of streams and shores will directly raise water temperature and indirectly result in lower dissolved oxygen levels. These influences place some fish and other organisms under stress.
In astronomy, temperature is measured with the Kelvin scale (symbol K) which is equal to °C + 273°. Thus a midday Earth temperature of 20°C is equal to 293K and the Sun's surface temperature of 5500°C is about 5770K.
A measure of the amount of heat in the atmosphere. Technically, the average amount of kinetic energy of the molecules in a substance. Measured in degrees Fahrenheit (in the U.S.), or degrees Celsius.
A word used to described the level of heat expressed in Fahrenheit, ranking, Celsius or Kelvin.
The quantity measured by a thermometer. Bodies in thermal equilibrium with each other have the same temperature. In gaseous fluid dynamics, temperature represents molecular kinetic energy, which is then consistent with the equation of state and with definitions of pressure as the average force of molecular impacts and density as the total mass of molecules in a volume. For an ideal gas, temperature is the ratio of internal energy to the specific heat capacity at constant volume.
The degree of hotness or coldness measured on a definite scale. Units of measure are either in Fahrenheit (US) or Celsius (Metric). Frozen is defined as temperatures between -20°C (-4°F) or colder. Refrigerated is defined as temperatures between 2°- 8°C (36-46°F). Room Temperature is defined as temperatures between 15°- 30°C (59-86°F).
Is the property of a substance that gauges the potential or driving force for the flow of heat. ( 030)
Fahrenheit (F) None 51 33-75
In meteorological terms, temperature refers to the degree of heat or cold of the air as measured by a thermometer.
a measurement of how hot or cold a substance is. A comfortable summer internal temperature would be 24ºC, in Winter 21ºC
The average energy in an object, OR, a way of expressing the hot or coldness of something.
A physical property of liquids that affects viscosity, density, specific gravity, and other physical properties; all measurements are corrected to 60oF.
How heat is measured
The intensity of sensible heat of a body as measured by a thermometer or similar instrument. The lowest possible temperature is absolute zero on the Kelvin temperature scale (-273 degrees on the Celsius scale). At absolute zero it is impossible for a body to release any energy.
a measure of how fast the molecules in an object are moving.
The heat necessary to affect a release and create a bond with the substrate.
A measurement usually in degrees Celsius, (oC) which shows how hot or cold something is. The boiling point of water is 100oC and the freezing point is 0oC
A measurement expressing the intensity of heat possessed by an object.
the degree of hotness or coldness as measured on some definite temperature scale
The level of heat in the incubator; can vary from 99 degrees to 103 degrees F. 100.5 degrees F is optimum for a still-air incubator.
Compare with heat and thermodynamic temperature. Temperature is an intensive property associated with the hotness or coldness of an object. It determines the direction of spontaneous heat flow (always from hot to cold).
Measure of the degree of heat or cool of a substance
a measure of heat energy in an object, body or environment (Temperature can be measured using Fahrenheit, Celsius or Kelvin scales.)
Measured in Fahrenheit or Centigrade (and other scales). To convert degrees F into degrees C, first subtract 32 from the F temperature then multiply by 5/9. To convert degrees C into degrees F, first add 32 to the C then multiply by 9/5.
This is a measure of how hot an object is.
A measure of how fast the particles in a body are moving or vibrating in place; a measure of the average heat energy in a body.
Temperature measured on scale where water freezes at 0 degrees and boils at 100 degrees.
Temperature measured on a scale where water freezes at 32 degrees and boils at 212 degrees.
Absolute temperature measured in Celsius degrees, with the zero point at absolute zero.
The degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment
A measure of the average energy of a system of atoms.
the degree of hot or cold
How hot or cold something is as determined by a thermometer.
Means how hot or cold something is. Used commonly to mean a body temperature above normal (98.4oF or 37oC) as in "I have a temperature".
how hot the body gets. Normal body temperature 98.6 F (Fahrenheit).
Temperature is measure of heat energy level whereas heat is a measure of total internal energy contained in a body. Unit is 0C.
Degree of hotness or coldness measured on one of several arbitrary scales based on some observable phenomenon (such as the expansion).
In general, the degree of hotness or coldness measured against some definite scale by means of a thermometer.
Measure of the average speed of motion of the atoms, ions, or molecules in a substance or combination of substances at a given moment. Compare heat.
the degree of hotness or coldness; one of the most important physical factors in the environment of any organism
A measure of the intensity of heat, i.e. the hotness or coldness of a sample. or object.
Dry-bulb - Temperature of air as indicated by a standard thermometer. Wet-Bulb - Temperature indicated by any temperature-measuring device, the sensitive element of which is covered by a smooth, clean, soft, water saturated cloth (wet-bulb wick).
The degree of heat as an inherent quality of objects expressed as hotness or coldness relative to something else.
A measure of heat energy, or the relative lack thereof.
Degree of hotness or coldness as measured by a thermometer; measurement of speed of motion of molecules.
A measurement of the degree of heat or cold of a body or place.
A measure of the average random speeds of the microscopic particles in a substance.
A measure of the average kinetic energy of the atoms or molecules that make up an object. Temperature can be measured in degrees Fahrenheit (oF), degrees Celsius (oC), or in Kelvin (K). The respective freezing and boiling points of water are 32 degrees and 212 degrees F, 0 degrees and 100 degrees C, and 273.16 and 373.16 K. One degree Celsius and one Kelvin measure the same amount of change in temperature. When referring to the temperature of stars, astronomers usually refer to the effective temperature, or temperature of the photosphere, of a star. In the core however, the temperature is highest around 15 million degrees. In between the core and the surface, the temperature is about 5 million degrees, and at the photosphere, where almost all photons escape, the temperature is 6000 degrees.
In photography, the specific hue of color (as measured in degrees Kelvin).
1) A measure of the ability of a system to transfer heat to, or acquire heat from, other systems. 2) The average molecular kinetic energy of a substance
The measure of molecular motion or the degree of heat of a substance. It is measured on an arbitrary scale from absolute zero, where the molecules theoretically stop moving. It is also the degree of hotness or coldness. In surface observations, it refers primarily to the free air or ambient temperature close to the surface of the earth.
a measure of the random motion energy (the average kinetic energy) of a group of particles in a gas, liquid, or solid. The temperature is higher if the particles are moving faster.
The degree of hotness or coldness of substance as measured by a thermometer. It is also a measure of the average speed or kinetic energy of the atoms and molecules in a substance.
Temperature is defined as the measure of the average speed of atoms and molecules. The higher the temperature the faster they move.
Temperature (Scroll Case) is water temperature in degrees Celsius. This data is measured at the scroll case (part of the powerhouse) at a project. If provided values are in Fahrenheit, they are converted to Celsius. Temperature records are typically not collected outside the salmon migration season, so they are not usually 365 days long. Values above 0 C and below 35 C are averaged for a daily value.
Temperature (WQM) is water temperature in degrees Celsius. This data is measured at Water Quality Monitoring stations in the forebay and tailrace of most projects (see Data Sites Map) and other key locations in the basin. Temperature records are typically not collected outside the salmon migration season, so they are not usually 365 days long. Daily averages are calculated from hourly values above 0 C and below 35 C. Temperature at water quality monitoring stations was not collected prior to 1995.
A measure of the average kinetic energy of the randomly moving particles in an object or gaseous body.
An expression of thermal energy density. How hot or cold an object is.
Degree of warmth or coldness in relation to an arbitrary zero measured on one or more of accepted scales, as Centigrade, Fahrenheit, etc.
Heat intensity measured in degrees. Engine operating temperature is a critical factor in engine performance and emissions. Brake temperature can affect the operation of the brakes.
The level of heat (thermal energy) in a substance, an object, or the surrounding environment as measured on a standard scale. In other words, temperature refers to whether something is hot or cold. See Thermometer.
The extent of warmth or coldness of something; a thermometer is used to measure temperature in Fahrenheit or Celsius.
Wines generally should be served at one of three temperatures: 40/50 and 65 degrees.
A measure of the amount of heat energy in a substance, such as air, a star, or the human body. Because heat energy corresponds to motions and vibrations of molecules, temperature provides information about the amount of molecular motion occurring in a substance.
the concentration of heat measured by the expansion of liquid or gas.
Temperature is a physical property of a system that underlies the common notions of hot and cold; something that is hotter has the greater temperature. Temperature is one of the principal parameters of thermodynamics. The temperature of a system is related to the average energy of microscopic motions in the system.