Celsius conversions

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degree Celsius (unit of temperature), pl. degrees Celsius, abbr. °C

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About Celsius and Celsius scale

The degree Celsius, sometimes called simply degree or degree centigrade, is a unit of temperature.

The Celsius scale is a temperature scale named after the famous astronomer Anders Celsius (1701-1744). On the Celsius (or centigrade) temperature scale, 0 °C correspond to the freezing temperature of water while 100 °C correspond to the boiling temperature of water at normal pressure (1 atmosphere).

The Celsius scale (or centigrade scale) is widely used in the world for most temperature measurement purposes.

Symbol: °C

Plural: degrees Celsius

Also known as: degree or degree centigrade (plural: degrees centigrade)

Common Celsius conversions:

  • 0 degrees Celsius (°C) or centigrade = 273.15 kelvins (K) = 32 degrees Fahrenheit (°F)
  • 20 degrees Celsius (°C) or centigrade = 293.15 kelvins (K) = 68 degrees Fahrenheit (°F)
  • 21 degrees Celsius (°C) or centigrade = 294.15 kelvins (K) = 69.8 degrees Fahrenheit (°F)
  • 37 degrees Celsius (°C) or centigrade = 310.15 kelvins (K) = 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit (°F)
  • 100 degrees Celsius (°C) or centigrade = 373.15 kelvins (K) = 212 degrees Fahrenheit (°F)
  • 160 degrees Celsius (°C) or centigrade = 433.15 kelvins (K) = 320 degrees Fahrenheit (°F)

See also

Conversions from Celsius to other (metric, imperial, or customary) temperature measurement units.

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