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Celsiusdocumentation A ThermodynamicTemperatureMeasure. Kelvin differs from the Celsius scale in that the triple point of water is defined to be 273.16 degrees Kelvin while it is 0 degrees Celsius. The boiling point of water is 100 degrees Celsius. The magnitudes of intervals in the two scales are the same. By definition the conversion constant is 273.12001-11-30 13:33:49.0
has axiom
(MeasureFn ?NUMBER Celsius)
(MeasureFn (SubtractionFn ?NUMBER 273.15) Kelvin))
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is an instance of SystemeInternationalUnit2001-11-30 13:33:49.0
is an instance of ThermodynamicTemperatureMeasure2001-11-30 13:33:49.0
UnitOfMeasureis second domain of MeasureFn2001-11-30 13:35:31.0
ConstantQuantityis first domain of MagnitudeFn2001-11-30 13:33:55.0
is second domain of measure2001-11-30 13:33:55.0
PhysicalQuantityis partitioned into ConstantQuantity, FunctionQuantity2001-11-30 13:34:58.0
Abstractis disjoint from Physical2001-11-30 13:33:32.0