is a measure of hotness or coldness of a physical object with reference
to some standard value. Similar to pressure or density, it is an intensive
property. Meaning that it does not change as the amount of matter changes.
is the base unit of temperature in the International System of Units
(SI). Its 0
value is the absolute zero of the thermodynamic temperature
scale, a state at which the fundamental particles of nature have minimum
is a temperature scale for which the freezing and boiling points of water
are defined as
degrees respectively. The Réaumur scale was used widely in Europe,
particularly in France, Germany and Russia.