Rømer to Newton

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Convert Rømer to Newton

ºN =
(°Rø - 7.5)* 0.62857
 
 
 
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Rømer

Rømer is a temperature scale named after the Danish astronomer Ole Christensen Rømer, who proposed it in 1701. In this scale, the zero was initially set using freezing brine. The boiling point of water was defined as 60 degrees. Rømer then saw that the freezing point of pure water was roughly one eighth of the way (about 7.5 degrees) between these two points, so he redefined the lower fixed point to be the freezing point of water at precisely 7.5 degrees. The inventor of the Fahrenheit scale Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit learned of Rømer's work increasing the number of divisions by a factor of four and establishing what is now known as the Fahrenheit scale.

 

Convert Rømer to Newton

ºN =
(°Rø - 7.5)* 0.62857
 
 
 

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.

 

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Rømer Newton
0°Rø -4.71ºN
1°Rø -4.09ºN
2°Rø -3.46ºN
3°Rø -2.83ºN
4°Rø -2.20ºN
5°Rø -1.57ºN
6°Rø -0.94ºN
7°Rø -0.31ºN
8°Rø 0.31ºN
9°Rø 0.94ºN
10°Rø 1.57ºN
11°Rø 2.20ºN
12°Rø 2.83ºN
13°Rø 3.46ºN
14°Rø 4.09ºN
15°Rø 4.71ºN
16°Rø 5.34ºN
17°Rø 5.97ºN
18°Rø 6.60ºN
19°Rø 7.23ºN
Rømer Newton
20°Rø 7.86ºN
21°Rø 8.49ºN
22°Rø 9.11ºN
23°Rø 9.74ºN
24°Rø 10.37ºN
25°Rø 11.00ºN
26°Rø 11.63ºN
27°Rø 12.26ºN
28°Rø 12.89ºN
29°Rø 13.51ºN
30°Rø 14.14ºN
31°Rø 14.77ºN
32°Rø 15.40ºN
33°Rø 16.03ºN
34°Rø 16.66ºN
35°Rø 17.29ºN
36°Rø 17.91ºN
37°Rø 18.54ºN
38°Rø 19.17ºN
39°Rø 19.80ºN
Rømer Newton
40°Rø 20.43ºN
41°Rø 21.06ºN
42°Rø 21.69ºN
43°Rø 22.31ºN
44°Rø 22.94ºN
45°Rø 23.57ºN
46°Rø 24.20ºN
47°Rø 24.83ºN
48°Rø 25.46ºN
49°Rø 26.09ºN
50°Rø 26.71ºN
51°Rø 27.34ºN
52°Rø 27.97ºN
53°Rø 28.60ºN
54°Rø 29.23ºN
55°Rø 29.86ºN
56°Rø 30.49ºN
57°Rø 31.11ºN
58°Rø 31.74ºN
59°Rø 32.37ºN
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