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German physicist who invented the mercury thermometer and developed the scale of temperature that bears his name (1686-1736)

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Ninety hours doesn't sound like a long time, he acknowledged, but temperatures in most of North America, for example, rarely exceed 113 degrees Fahrenheit for more than a few hours a day during a few weeks of the year.
Skip Newhall holds a graph from his thermograph that hit 134 degrees Fahrenheit last July in Death Valley, a tie for the all-time hottest temperature in the northern hemisphere.
Change this temperature from degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit by following the steps below.
For example, Intel IT has found it beneficial to lower supply air temperatures to between 55 and 65 degrees Fahrenheit while increasing Delta T values to 2 degrees Fahrenheit).
Store your champagne in a dark room at 55 degrees Fahrenheit on a horizontal rack.
Refrigerate within 1 hour when the temperature is above 90 degrees Fahrenheit.
According to Abagnale, some inks start fading at 78 degrees Fahrenheit and disappear at 85 degrees Fahrenheit.
2 degrees Fahrenheit over those five centuries, Moore writes, "and there would be little that we could do to avert this change.
The pens write on wet paper and upside down in temperatures from -50 degrees Fahrenheit to 400 degrees Fahrenheit, said a company spokesman.
Kashurba reports that it was over 130 degrees fahrenheit on the first day of the race.
According to the university, nanowire and nanotubes are typically produced by inserting a one square-centimeter silicon wafer thinly coated with a metal alloy into a furnace at temperatures of 1,112 to 1,832 degrees Fahrenheit.
The trichinosis parasite actually dies at 137 degrees Fahrenheit.
Rescue workers began a hurried search for any occupants as the air temperature that night hovered around 0 degrees Fahrenheit.
Manatees die from cold stress if water temperatures fail below 68 degrees Fahrenheit, so in winter they congregate by the hundreds to bask in the warm outflows from electric plants.