Using the Green formula, the

absolute temperature coefficient is obtained as follows:

where [T.sub.i], [T.sub.j] are the

absolute temperature at surface i and j, respectively, [Q.sub.i] is energy loss of surface i, [sigma] is Stefan-Boltzmann constant, [epsilon.sub.i] is effective emissivity of surface i, [F.sub.ij] is radiation view factors, [A.sub.i] = area of surface i.

where q, K, T are the electron charge, Boltzmann constant and

absolute temperature, respectively, while [I.sub.S3] is the saturation current of transistor [T.sub.3].

in which T [K] is the

absolute temperature, pH is the pH level of the analyte, and A and [pH.sub.0] are constants defining the sensitivity and zero point of the pH-dependent voltage shift.

The performance of thermoelectric devices is determined by the dimensionless figure of merit (ZT), expressed in ZT = [S.sub.2]T/[rho]K, where S is the Seebeck coefficient, T is the

absolute temperature, p is the electrical resistivity, and [kappa] is the total thermal conductivity.

Kelvin and Rankine, who worked at the same university at the same time, have given their names to the two scales of

absolute temperature (SI and IP, respectively).

The

absolute temperature was the highest among all years in the 1880-2015 record.

To complete the design, the two small nonlinear terms are approximated by a separate compensation circuit that provides a current proportional to the square of [I.sub.PTAT], a current proportional to

absolute temperature. The LM35 sensor incorporates many of these ideas and features 10-mV/[degrees]C sensitivity and [+ or -] 0.75[degrees]C accuracy from -55[degrees]C to +150[degrees]C with no external adjustment required.

It is observed that the values of Ln (D) as a function of the inverse

absolute temperature (1/ Ta) show similar behavior for the ranges of temperature 75 to 90[degrees]C and 105 to 120[degrees]C (Figure 2B).

Thus, if the temperature difference signal is stronger than or complementary to the more established

absolute temperature relationship, it may contribute valuable information on past ice conditions.

where [T.sub.0], is the

absolute temperature of the polymer melt as it crosses the center of the lens, and dT/dt is the temperature derivative as a function of time.

The variation of ln([sigma]) and inverted

absolute temperature for (PVA-PEG-PVP-MgO) nanocomposites is shown in figure 5.

Although accepted wisdom is to increase the temperature of the melt at the weld, the real problem is not so much the

absolute temperature but the temperature differential between the two converging melt fronts, as a result of different cooling patterns in the two path lengths.

Absolute temperature accuracy during the drying and cross-linking process is an obligatory prerequisite for the high quality of such coatings.