Temperature Scales VIDEO LESSON


Temperature Scales

Measurement Unit - Video Lesson #2

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Temperature Scales (37:26 min)

• Celsius, Fahrenheit, Kelvin

o Symbol

o Scientist that Developed the Scale

o Date of Development

o Primary area of Use

o Boiling and Freezing Point of Water

o Absolute Zero

o Kelvin is an Absolute Temperature Scale

o Discussion of which temperatures feel hot/cold in each scale

• Temperature Conversions/Calculations

o Using the GUESS method for all calculations

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