Definition of Temperature scale

1. Noun. A system of measuring temperature.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Temperature Scale

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temperately
temperateness
temperatenesses
temperative
temperature
temperature-compensated vaporiser
temperature-sensitive mutant
temperature change
temperature coefficient
temperature coefficients
temperature gradient
temperature inversion
temperature midpoint
temperature reduction
temperature scale (current term)
temperature sense
temperature sensitive mutation
temperature spot
temperature unit
temperatures
temperaunce
tempered
temperer
temperers
tempering
temperment
temperments
tempero-mandibular joint
tempero-mandibular joint syndrome

Literary usage of Temperature scale

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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1914)
"temperature scale and Calibration of Thermocouples. — The temperature scale used is that denned by the freezing points of the following pure metals ..."

2. Practical Pyrometry: The Theory, Calibration, and Use of Instruments for the by Ervin Sidney Ferry, Glenn Alfred Shook, Jacob Roland Collins (1917)
"According to the Thermodynamic temperature scale, the ratio between two ... The Ideal Gas temperature scale. — All gases obey the laws of Boyle and Charles ..."

3. Practical Pyrometry: The Theory, Calibration, and Use of Instruments for the by Ervin Sidney Ferry, Glenn Alfred Shook, Jacob Roland Collins (1917)
"According to the thermodynamic temperature scale, two bodies in thermal ... The Ideal Gas temperature scale. — All gases obey the laws of Boyle and Charles ..."

4. Practical Pyrometry: The Theory, Calibration, and Use of Instruments for the by Ervin Sidney Ferry, Glenn Alfred Shook, Jacob Roland Collins (1917)
"According to the thermodynamic temperature scale, two bodies in thermal ... The Ideal Gas temperature scale. — All gases obey the laws of Boyle and Charles ..."

5. Practical Pyrometry: The Theory, Calibration, and Use of Instruments for the by Ervin Sidney Ferry, Glenn Alfred Shook, Jacob Roland Collins (1920)
"According to the thermodynamic temperature scale, two bodies in thermal ... The Ideal Gas temperature scale. — All gases obey the laws of Boyle and Charles ..."

6. Physics by Charles Riborg Mann, George Ransom Twiss (1906)
"Another temperature scale, called Fahrenheit's, is in common use, but the one just' defined is generally used in scientific work. ..."

7. Physics by Charles Riborg Mann (1905)
"Another temperature scale, called Fahrenheit's, is in common use, but the one just defined is generally used in scientific work. ..."

8. Physics by Charles Riborg Mann, George Ransom Twiss (1905)
"Another temperature scale, called Fahrenheit's, is in common use, but the one just defined is generally used in scientific work. ..."

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