Unit of Temperature en
AUnit Of Temperature is a linear measure of heat; that is, arithmetically analogous to the SI base unit, Kelvins.The Zero Point in Kelvins is the temperature, in Kelvins, which is 0 in the given scale; the Kelvins Multiplier is the size of a degree in the given scale, in Kelvins.TheZero Point in Kelvins and Kelvins Multiplier properties should be used such that a measure in the given units, times the multiplier, plus the zero point, gives the temperature in Kelvins. For example, (32 F 0.55555 K/F) + 255.37222 K = 273.15 K, the proper freezing point of water. [ - ]
What are Properties? Properties
|Zero point in kelvins||/measurement_unit/temperature_unit/kelvins_offset||/type/float K|
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