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Temperature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... , geology , chemistry , atmospheric sciences and biology . Contents 1 Effects of temp-erature 2 Temperature scales 3 Thermodynamic approach to temperature 3.1 Kinds of tem-perature scale 3.1.1 Empirically based scales 3.1.2 Theoretically ...

Room temperature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... several slightly different definitions. Ambient versus room temperature [ edit ] Room temperature implies a temperature inside a temperature-controlled building. Ambient temp-erature simply means "the temperature of the surroundings" and ...

Thermodynamic temperature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... energy at absolute zero 3 Practical applications for thermodynamic temperature 4 Defini-tion of thermodynamic temperature 5 History 6 See also 7 Notes 8 External links Overview [ edit ] Temperature is a measure of the random submicroscopic ...

Effective temperature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Effective temperature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Effective temperature From Wiki-pedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search The effective temperature of a body such as a star or planet is the temperature of a black body ...

Operating temperature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Operating temperature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Operating temperature From Wi-kipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search An operating temperature is the temperature at which an electrical or mechanical device ...

Thermodynamic temperature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Noise temperature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Friis equation : [ 4 ] where = resulting noise temperature referred to the input = noise temperature of the first component in the cascade = noise temperature of the second compo-nent in the cascade = noise temperature of the third ...

Standard conditions for temperature and pressure - Wikipedia, the ...

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Planck temperature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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