The SI unit of Temperature
The kelvin is the unit of thermodynamic temperature. It is the fraction 1/273.16 of the thermodynamic temperature of the triple point of water.
Primary reference temperatureskelvin
Freezing temperature of Gold1337.58
Freezing temperature of Silver1235.08
Freezing temperature of Zinc692.73
Boiling point of Water373
Triple point of Water273.16
Boiling point of Oxygen90.188
Triple point of Oxygen54.361
Boiling point of Neon27.102
Boiling point of Equilibrium Hydrogen20.28
triple point of Equilibrium Hydrogen13.81

All defined at standard atmospheric pressure.

See also: Absolute Temperature Scale, Celsius Temperature Scale, Kelvin, William Thomson, Reaumur Temperature Scale, Temperature.

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Subjects: Physics Thermodynamics