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Newton, Temperature

Newton degree, symbol °N, is a unit of measurement for temperature, named after the English physicist Isaac Newton, who proposed similar scale it in 1700. Newton degree equals 100 / 33 Kelvin or degrees of Celsius (approximately 3.03 °C). Both Newton and Celsius scales have the same zero.Read more

1 °N = 100⁄33 °C = 60⁄11 °F

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Celsius °C 3.0303
Fahrenheit °F 37.4545
Kelvin K 276.1803


Réaumur °Ré 2.4242
Rankine R 497.1245
Rømer °Rø 9.0909
Delisle °D 145.4545
Centigrade °C 3.0303

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