Measurement of Air temperature.


Temperature is usually expressed in degrees, Fahrenheit or Celsius. 0 degree Celsius is equal to 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Room temperature is typically considered 25 degrees Celsius, which is equal to 77 degrees Fahrenheit.

A more scientific way to describe temperature is in the standard unit Kelvin. 0 degrees Kelvin is called absolute zero. It is the coldest temperature possible, and is the point at which all molecular motion stops. It is approximately equal to -273 degrees Celsius and -460 degrees Fahrenheit.


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