answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

1 degree Centigrad = 1 degree Kelvin = 1.8 Degree F = 1.8 degree R

User Avatar

Wiki User

11y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: Rank the sizes of one degree in each scale from largest to smallest of temperature?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Continue Learning about General Science

What is the temperature scale used on most laboratory thermometers?

Temperature scale used on most laboratory thermometers is a thermometer.


What is the temperature range of a laboratory thermometer in Fahrenheit scale?

The temperature range is different for each type of thermometer and use.As an example of possible range: from 15 0F to 220 0F.It is not recommended today to use this obsolete temperature scale.


Why is the degree mark not used in Fahrenheit?

Originally the unit was referred to as a "degree absolute" and written oK. In the late 1960s it was decided to specify precisely what scale was being referred to (there's another absolute temperature scale called the Rankine scale which is based on the Fahrenheit degree). So, the unit was changed from "degree absolute" to "kelvin" and the abbreviation was changed to drop the degree mark. This brought the fundamental SI temperature unit in line with the other fundamental SI units.


The kelvin scale is used to measure what?

The Kelvin scale is used to measure absolute temperature, i.e., temperature from absolute zero. The way it is defined, there are no negative temperatures on the Kelvin scale.The Kelvin scale is used to measure absolute temperature, i.e., temperature from absolute zero. The way it is defined, there are no negative temperatures on the Kelvin scale.The Kelvin scale is used to measure absolute temperature, i.e., temperature from absolute zero. The way it is defined, there are no negative temperatures on the Kelvin scale.The Kelvin scale is used to measure absolute temperature, i.e., temperature from absolute zero. The way it is defined, there are no negative temperatures on the Kelvin scale.


What is the equivalent temperature on the celsius scale?

You need to tell us what temperature you want to convert - and from which temperature scale !