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Gabriel D., German-Dutch physicist, 1686-1736. See: Fahrenheit scale.
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Alconchel in the province of Cordoba took the title of Spain's hottest place on Friday, with a register of 44.6 degrees Celsius (112.2 degrees Fahrenheit).
And a study published last year warned that by 2040, heat waves in cities like Sydney and Melbourne could bring temperatures of 50 degrees Celsius: a dangerous and, yes, asphalt-melting 122 degrees Fahrenheit.
A normally gaseous straight-chain hydrocarbon that is a colorless paraffinic gas which boils at a temperature of 31.1 degrees Fahrenheit and is extracted from natural gas or refinery gas streams.
Common applications are process technology (+60 degrees Celsius, +140 degrees Fahrenheit), warehouse temperature (+20 degrees Celsius, +68 degrees Fahrenheit), refrigerator (+5 degrees Celsius, +41 degrees Fahrenheit), and deep freezer (-25 degrees Celsius, -13 degrees Fahrenheit).
During the day Wednesday the temperature in downtown Worcester never got above 15 degrees Fahrenheit. People rushed up and down Main Street, some wearing masks to ward off the cold.
On September 13, 1922, a thermometer on a weather station hit a whopping 136 degrees Fahrenheit (58 degrees Celsius), thanks to southerly winds blowing in hot air from over the Sahara Desert.
In five-hour fumigations with 1,000 parts per million of phosphine at 41 degrees Fahrenheit, control of western flower thrips on lettuce increased from 80% to 98% when oxygen was increased from 21% to 40%.
Engineers at Consumer Reports recorded temperatures as high as 116 degrees Fahrenheit (46 degrees Celsius) on the front and back of the new iPad when plugged in and whileplaying Infinity Blade II.
Safe Step Extreme 8300 Magnesium Chloride is 100% magnesium chloride, which melts down to minus 15 degrees Fahrenheit but is gentle on vegetation, concrete and flooring.
The piping system can handle temperatures up to 210 degrees Fahrenheit, is available in sizes from V2-12 inches, and conforms to ASTM F441, F437 and F439 and ASTM D1784 Ceil Classification 24448.
Dell said it will warranty servers to run at 113 degrees Fahrenheit (45 degrees Celsius) for a limited number of hours per year, so that customers can make wider use of "fresh-air cooling" in their data centres.
39 Average temperature, in degrees Fahrenheit, of all the oceans