Multiply by 9/5, then add 32. 19.5 degrees C is the same as 67.1degrees F.
It does not, but salt affects the freezing point. All solids arefrozen. Each has a different freezing point. Ice is just thefreezing point of water. But your computer keys are frozen too.Different substances freeze differently. But for your purposes,compare water to salt water. The salt in the water...
I had to get my old lab book out to answer this. An enthalpy of fusion problem. You have 1 gram/ml density of water ( I know, ice is less dense, but I am too lazy to look it up ) so you have 355 grams of water. Since you are in grams and want grams; 334 Joules per gram is Heat of fusion for water....
It's easy to convert from Celsius to Fahrenheit by yourself. Tf = (9/5)*Tc+32, where Tc = temperature in degrees Celsius, Tf = temperature in degrees Fahrenheit.103 C is 217.4 F.
No . Substances can be cooled down to almost absolute zero, but absolute zero can never be reached. That's according to the Third Law of Thermodynamics. Actually, in theory, it may be possible to reach absolute zero, but not using the cyclic cooling methods used by researchers at present.
-18.3 C and 34.4 C (36.0 C also recorded in the West Vancouver station)
Yes, just one. The United States holds the record for the highesttemperature ever recorded on Earth. It occurred on July 10, 1913,in Death Valley, California. The temperature that day reached 134degrees Fahrenheit or 56.7 degrees Celsius.
I think about 86 degrees Fahrenheit
40 kelvin = -387.67 degree Fahrenheit.
98.6 degrees Fahrenheit = 37 degrees Celsius37 o Celsius exactly.
Celsius degrees are larger than Fahrenheit degrees.
what sort of ques is this? :O doesn't really matter what degrees it is to let your hair down or not..
Take your Kelvin temperature and subtract 273.15
The use is telling how hot or cold the room is
This is so because when a 100 degree steam comes in contact withour skin it converts into water , energy required to convert inwater is taken from our skin in form of latent heat which causesfar more severe burns than putting our hand in 100 degrees water :). dont try this experimentally .
The monthly average temperature in Istanbul in May is 20C (68F)during the day and 12C (54F) at night.
At normal pressure, water below 273K is solid, between 273 and 373 it is liquid and above 373 water is in the gaseous state (vapor).
Yes, because 30 degrees C=86 degrees F
325 degrees Fahrenheit equates to 162.8 degrees Celsius.
10 degree Celsius = 50 degree Fahrenheit.
No it is definitely not cold. I live in a cold climate, so Ithink it's just a little bit warm, but someone from a warmerclimate would think it's cool. .
ADDED: 15ÂºC = 59ÂºF - I leave you to decide if comfortable ornot!
Yes, 35 degrees with no shelter would drop the core body heat of asmall dog rather quickly.
it is around 100 degrees centigrade
Clear skies, strong surface heating, virtually no water, and few plants.
It depends on where the swamp is located. Usually it is muggy and humid but it can also be moist, damp, and a whole lot of other things. As I said earlier, depending on the location, a swamp can range anywhere from high 80s to 100-130 degrees F. It usually gets colder during the night time. I am not...
35 degrees F equals 1.67 degrees C
Non-frozen, refrigerated foods should be maintained at 37 degreesFahrenheit.
15.6 Â°C is equal to 60.08 Â°F The conversion formula is Fahrenheit temperature = (9/5 x Celsius temperature)+ 32
yes, but it will melt in a couple of hours.
It's 343 m/s Speed of sound in air is c â 331 + 0.6 Ã T. T = Temperature. Speed of sound in air at 20 Â°C is c â 331 + 0.6 Ã 20 = 343 m/s.
Fahrenheit remains the official scale for the following countriesand territories: The Bahamas Belize Cayman Islands Palau and the United States and its associated territories ofPuerto Rico, American Samoa and the U.S. Virgin Islands (exceptGuam equally using Celsius and Fahrenheit) Canada retains it...
That is subjective, but I would say that 80Â° F (27Â° C) would be considered warm by most.
cool??? haha (32 C) =(89.6 F) ... soo. basically 90 F.. that's a hot day.. if u ask me
Celsius = (Fahrenheit-32)/1.8 C = (F-32)/1.8 For 100 degrees F: C=(100-32)/1.8 C=68/1.8 C=37.8 F
34.9ÂºC = 94.82ÂºF Use this equation to convert degrees Celsius/Centigrade (ÂºC) to degrees Fahrenheit (ÂºF): ( Âº C x 1.8) + 32 = Âº F
Pressure of 100s of megapascals on the material noticeably raises melting point. In a solution, a solute lowers melting-freezing point. To raise the solution's point, it should need to be taken past saturation such that solvent and solute trade amounts if the former solvent had a greater melting...
548 Kelvin Degrees Celsius + 273 = Kelvin
122 o Fahrenheit is the same as 323 K
Cold or hot, your body temperature would be your normal temperature. The average is 98.6 degrees, F. Of course, if you suffer sunstroke or hypothermia, your body temperature would rise or fall, accordingly.
Answer: 350 ÂºF = 176.67 ÂºC
The melting point is the temperature at the solid and liquid statesof the material are in equilibrium; if the temperature is even veryslightly above the melting point, the material will melt, and ifit's even very slightly below, the material will freeze. Technically the melting point depends on the...
33 degrees Celsius is equal to 306.15 kelvin.
Â°Celsius to Â°Fahrenheit: [Â°F] = [Â°C] Ã 1.8 +32
well when i went to France (i live in england south west) it wasaround 26-32 degrees Celsius and i nearly fainted because of theheat! though I'm glad i went there cause it made me think twiceabout booking a hotel in Egypt where it was 41 degrees Celsius! 26 C = 78.8 F
Yes. It snows because the water droplets which would fall as rain if it were warmer have frozen. Water doesn't unfreeze below 32, so it will continue to snow.
The only way to do this would be to reduce the air pressure in the vessel in which you were boiling the water - there would need to be a significant decrease in pressure to bring the boiling point down to 50 degrees though.
-70 Fahrenheit in Rogers Pass
98.6 degrees Fahrenheit = 37 degrees Celsius
32 degrees Celsius = 89.6 degrees Fahrenheit.
i think it's 1,202 0 Celsius. try it yourself.... 650 x 1.8 + 32.
the centigrade scale was invented and named after ANDERS CELSIUS
46 degrees Fahrenheit = 7.78 degrees Celsius
It is 8 times greater because water boils at 100 degrees Celsius
Nothing. IF it continues to loose energy, then it beguines to change state from a liquid to a solid.
The freezing point is the point at which the liquid is changed tosolid state. For water: 0 degree Celsius 32 degrees Fahrenheit
Yes, it equals about 41 degrees Fahrenheit.
62 degrees Fahrenheit = 16.6 degrees Celsius.
For this Physics question, you should follow the formula of Q=mc ÎT Where: Q is equal to the amount of energy required to raise the substance's temperature by either 1 Kelvin or 1 Degrees Celsius (measured in Joules [J] ) c is equal to the specific heat capacity, which is the amount of...
One degree Fahrenheit is equal to -17.22222222222222...repeating degrees Celsius.
-4 degrees Celsius = 24.8 degrees Fahrenheit
-10 degrees Fahrenheit = -23.33 degrees Celsius
it gets hotter, way hotter, like molten metal hot.
28 degrees Celsius = 82.4 degrees Fahrenheit
Temperature is easy to convert from Fahrenheit to Celsius yourself. You can use the formula T c = (5/9)*(T f -32) where T c = temperature in degrees Celsius, T f = temperature in degrees Fahrenheit. -109 F is -78.3 C.
450,067ÂºF = 250,019.44ÂºC
24 degree Fahrenheit = -4.4444444 degree Celsius.
22 Â°C is equal to 71.6 Â°F The conversion formula is Â°F = (9/5 Â°C)+ 32Â° Using 1.8 for 9/5, you can calculate F F = (1.8 C ) + 32 F = (1.8 x 22) + 32 F = 39.6 + 32 Fahrenheit = 71.6Â° 22ÂºC = 71.6ÂºF Conversion formula: [Â°F] = [Â°C] * 9 / 5 + 32 = 22 * 9 / 5 + 32 = 71.6 Â...
90 degrees Celsius = 194 degrees Fahrenheit.
It is 99.14 degree Fahrenheit.
Formula : [Â°F] = [Â°C] Ã 1.8 + 32 45 degrees Celsius = 113 degrees Fahrenheit
1600 degrees Celsius = 2912 degrees Fahrenheit
Q = MC(delta T). So, the change in temperature is equal to Q/MC.This expands to 259/(25 * 4.18). The final temperature is 24.48degrees Celsius.
Boil the water at a higher altitude.