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.
in Fahrenheit is 50 in kelvin is
the thermometer was invented in 1708 .
What country was the Thermometer invented in
That depends on what units the thermometer is calibrated in. The SI unit for temperature is the kelvin, but degrees Celsius commonly used, if the thermometer reads in kelvin or degrees Celsius then it is a metric tool.
he invented the thermometer in year 1593
Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit invented the weather thermometer in 1724. He also invented an alcohol thermometer in 1709 and the mercury thermometer in 1714.
Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin.
Three types of Thermometer:- i) Centigrate ii) Kelvin & iii) Fahrenheit
86 degrees Fahrenheit and 303.15 kelvin.
Fahrenheit, Celsius and Kelvin.
it was more than one person who invented this thermometer
A kelvin can be measured using a thermometer.
The Kelvin scale was invented to get only positive numbers in the temperature scale
A standard thermometer has Fahrienhiet and Centigrade. There is also Kelvin, which is used by scientists and physists. Zaragotha (Zara)
There appear to be several answers. In 1724 Gabriel Fahrenheit invented the mercury thermometer. And in 1625 Santorio invented the mouth thermometer.
A thermometer is used to measure temperature.There are different unitsused to express temperature these units include kelvin,celsius and Fahrenheit.S.I unit of temperature is Kelvin.
Santorio (Sanctorio Sanctorius) invented a mouth thermometer in 1625.
Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit invented the alcohol thermometer in 1709.
In 1714, Gabriel Fahrenheit invented the first mercury thermometer.
The mercury thermometer was invented Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit in 1714.
Resistance thermometer was invented by Calender-Van Duesen
In the year 1848.
There is an ear thermometer?