Newton to Celsius

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℃ =
ºN

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Newton Celsius
0ºN 0.00
1ºN 3.03
2ºN 6.06
3ºN 9.09
4ºN 12.12
5ºN 15.15
6ºN 18.18
7ºN 21.21
8ºN 24.24
9ºN 27.27
10ºN 30.30
11ºN 33.33
12ºN 36.36
13ºN 39.39
14ºN 42.42
15ºN 45.45
16ºN 48.48
17ºN 51.52
18ºN 54.55
19ºN 57.58
Newton Celsius
20ºN 60.61
21ºN 63.64
22ºN 66.67
23ºN 69.70
24ºN 72.73
25ºN 75.76
26ºN 78.79
27ºN 81.82
28ºN 84.85
29ºN 87.88
30ºN 90.91
31ºN 93.94
32ºN 96.97
33ºN 100.00
34ºN 103.03
35ºN 106.06
36ºN 109.09
37ºN 112.12
38ºN 115.15
39ºN 118.18
Newton Celsius
40ºN 121.21
41ºN 124.24
42ºN 127.27
43ºN 130.30
44ºN 133.33
45ºN 136.36
46ºN 139.39
47ºN 142.42
48ºN 145.45
49ºN 148.48
50ºN 151.52
51ºN 154.55
52ºN 157.58
53ºN 160.61
54ºN 163.64
55ºN 166.67
56ºN 169.70
57ºN 172.73
58ºN 175.76
59ºN 178.79
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Newton

The Newton scale was devised by Isaac Newton. He defined the "zeroth degree of heat" as melting snow and "33 degrees of heat" as boiling water. His scale is thus a precursor of the Celsius scale, being defined by the same temperature references. Thus the unit of this scale, the Newton degree, equals 10033 Kelvin conversion or degrees Celsius and has the same zero as the Celsius scale.

℃ =
ºN

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0.33000

Celsius

Although initially defined by the freezing point of water (and later the melting point of ice), the Celsius scale is now officially a derived scale, defined in relation to the Kelvin temperature scale.

Zero on the Celsius scale (0℃) is now defined as the equivalent to 273.15K, with a temperature difference of 1 deg C equivalent to a difference of 1K, meaning the unit size in each scale is the same. This means that 100℃, previously defined as the boiling point of water, is now defined as the equivalent to 373.15K.

The Celsius scale is an interval system but not a ratio system, meaning it follows a relative scale but not an absolute scale. This can be seen because the temperature interval between 20℃ and 30℃ is the same as between 30℃ and 40℃, but 40℃ does not have twice the air heat energy of 20℃.

A temperature difference of 1 deg C is the equivalent of a temperature difference 1.8°F.