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One degree Celsius indicates the same temperature change as one kelvin.

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One degrees Celsius indicates the same temperature change as one Kelvin. The Celsius and Kelvin temperature scales have the same degree spacing.

A change of one degree Celsius indicates the same temperature change as a change of (B) one Kelvin. (Isn't it easier to say that Kelvins are the same size as Celsius degrees ?)

-- 1 kelvin -- 1.8 Fahrenheit degrees -- 1.8 Rankine degrees

It is important to know how to change Fahrenheit to Celsius. A 10 degree temperature change on the Fahrenheit scale would be equivalent to a 6 degree change on the Celsius scale.

The Fahrenheit scale change of 1 degree is smallest when compared to Celsius change. 1.8 degrees Celsius is 1 degree Fahrenheit

No, it is not. A Celsius degree equals 1.8 Fahrenheit degrees.

A degree Celsius is a measure of temperature.

I believe the Kelvin which is the absolute temperature scale, is the SI temperature scale, but Celsius is the commonly used metric system measure of temperature. For 0° C, the Kelvin temperature is approx 273 K. For each degree change in Kelvin is equal to a degree Celsius change.

A change of 1 Kelvin is exactly the same as a change of 1 Celsius degree.

Please answer quickly - I need an answer by 01/02/11 Save Yes, there is a change in the temperature when salt is heated to boiling temperature. The temperature increases from 100 degree celsius to 102 degree celsius.

A temperature change by one degree on Celsius scale equals temperature change of 1.8 degree on Fahrenheit scale or F (Fahrenheit) = 1.8 C (Celsius) + 32

The following changes are equal:1 Celsius degree.1.8 Fahrenheit degree.1 Kelvin.

'Celsius degree' and 'Kelvin' are two labels for the same interval of temperature change.

A difference of one degree Celsius is the same as a difference of one Kelvin. It is also the same as 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit.

It indicates that the substance requires more energy to raise the temperature of 1 gram of substance by 1 degree celsius.

No, the "degrees" have the same name but are different sizes. (Celsius degrees are larger intervals than Fahrenheit degrees.) A change of 1 degree Celsius is the same as a change of 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit.

Temperature indicates both a degree of hotness and coldness of an object

Celsius and Fahrenheit. The absolute or thermodynamic temperature, which is used by scientists, is measured in Kelvin - not degrees. A change in temperature of 1 K is equivalent to a change of 1 Celsius degree.

Since --7 deg = +7 deg, the change is 1 Celsius degree.

At a.t.p., it's 25 degree Celsius.

because our body temperature is 37 degree Celsius

It is 37 degree celsius Your body temperature for Celsius is 37 degrees Celsius.

They are the same. Celsius and Kelvin use the same scale, just different starting points for zero.

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