No, they only measure temperature.
Three temperature scales are in general use today.
"Temperature alignment is a measurement of the global temperature change consistent with a portfolio's holdings.
temperatures thus: 30C (85F) – ie celsius, with fahrenheit in brackets on first mention; but be extremely wary (or don’t bother) converting temperature changes, eg an average temperature change of 2C was wrongly converted to 36F in an article about a heatwave (although a temperature of 2C is about the same as 36F, a temperature change of 2C corresponds to a change of about 4F)
Gas production is also very dependent upon temperature.
Temperature changes affect the oxygen-dissociation curve similarly.
Body temperature is one of the factors that is controlled during homeostasis.
Body temperature is one of the factors that are controlled during homeostasis.
More heat then will convert the solid into a liquid with no temperature change.
…which is set by the glass transition temperature or the melting temperature of the particular polymer.
This temperature, called the transition temperature, varies for different materials but generally is below 20 K (−253 °C).
Wider swings in temperature are usually indicative of disease, and thus body temperature is an important factor in assessing health.
Temperature sensors can be divided into two classifications: temperature-dependent resistance elements and self-generating thermocouples.
Salinity-Temperature-Depth (STD) and the more recent Conductivity-Temperature-Depth (CTD) systems have greatly improved on-site hydrographic sampling methods.
They have implemented scanners to detect body temperature and send alerts to company workers if a person's body temperature is high enough to constitute a fever.
Fermentation is seldom started at so high a temperature, however, because it is then difficult to prevent the temperature from exceeding 30 °C during fermentation.
With most window ACs, the compressor runs until it hits the target temperature, then it turns off until the temperature increases again, which starts the process again.
The deep zone, which contains about 80 percent of the ocean’s volume, has relatively stable temperature and salinity patterns; its average temperature is 38.3 °F (3.5 °C).
Usually its resistance decreases as the temperature increases (NTC - negative temperature co-efficient), but some thermistors can work in the opposite way (PTC - positive temperature co-efficient) where resistance increases as temperature increases.
Temperature, measure of hotness or coldness expressed in terms of any of several arbitrary scales and indicating the direction in which heat energy will spontaneously flow—i.e., from a hotter body (one at a higher temperature) to a colder body (one at a lower temperature).
- the degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment (corresponding to its molecular activity)
- the somatic sensation of cold or heat
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