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# What is Celsius?

**What is Celsius**: Here, we are going to learn about the Celsius – which is a temperature measuring scale.

Submitted by Anushree Goswami, on May 23, 2020

## Celsius

**Celsius is a temperature measuring scale which as a SI unit derived from the seven base units stated and described by the International System of Units (SI)**.

On the Celsius scale, the degree **Celsius (°C)** can mention to a particular temperature to signify a variation between two temperatures or an uncertainty. The temperature mention on the scale shows how much the body is hot or cold, according to that an individual test a fever by measuring the rise in temperature on the scale.

Three significant temperature scales are Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin. The Celsius scale and the Kelvin scale are a lot more frequently used in amalgamation in adjoining frameworks.

In the field of science, the use of the Celsius scale is generally in contrast and evaluation to further scales. The Celsius scale is placed between the freezing point and boiling point of water, which is divided into 100 equal divisions called degrees **Celsius (°C)**.

- The freezing point of water mentioned on this scale is 0 degree Celsius i.e. 0°C.
- The boiling point of water mentioned on this scale is 100 degrees Celsius i.e. 100°C.

Occasionally, this thermometer scale is also called the centigrade scale for the reason that there are 100 Celsius degrees between the two set points.

## Celsius measurement

The measurement of Celsius follows an interval system and follows a comparative scale. It doesn’t follow a ratio system and a fixed scale.

For example, an individual’s body at 40 °C does not contain double the energy of when that body is at 20 °C; and the degree temperature measurement at the lowest Celsius value is not 0 °C.

As a result, this example shows that a measurement of degree Celsius is a functional and practical interval measurement system.

## Conversions

**Conversion from Celsius to Fahrenheit:**

T (in Fahrenheit) = 9/5 × T (in Celsius) + 32

**Conversion from Fahrenheit to Celsius:**

T (in Celsius) = 5/9 × (T (in Fahrenheit) – 32)

**Conversion from Celsius to Kelvin:**

T (in Kelvin) = T (in Celsius) + 273.15.

**Conversion from Kelvin to Celsius:**

T (in Celsius) = T (in Kelvin) – 273.15

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