The Fehrenheit scale is a temperature measurement scale proposed in 1724 by Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit. 32°F is the melting point of ice, and 212°F is the boiling point of water at a pressure of 1013 hPa. In the 20th century, in many countries, the Fahrenheit scale used to measure temperature was replaced by the Celsius scale. In some countries, the Fahrenheit scale is still sometimes used, it is popular among others in the USA or Canada.
Kelvin is the temperature unit of the SI system. The name comes from the physicist William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin, Lord Kelvin. The scale does not use degrees (°). The 0K temperature is equal to -273.15 ° C.
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