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Answered 2008-05-07 19:29:49

The Kelvin temperature scale (also called the 'absolute temperature scale') is named after the British physicist William Thomson, who had the title of Lord Kelvin. I don't know if he actually invented the temperature scale, but presumably he had something to do with it.

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