Deprecated: Function Elementor\DB::is_built_with_elementor is deprecated since version 3.2.0! Use Plugin::\$instance->documents->get( \$post_id )->is_built_with_elementor() instead. in /home/u214178821/domains/sciedutut.com/public_html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 5383
Fahrenheit to Celsius conversion and Material Chemistry:Melting and Boiling - Science Education and Tutorials

# Fahrenheit to Celsius conversion and Material Chemistry:Melting and Boiling

## Fahrenheit to Celsius Converter

Type a value in the Fahrenheit field to convert the value to Celsius:

Celsius (⁰C):

## What is the Fahrenheit unit?

Fahrenheit unit is used to measure temperature scale. This scale of temperature measurement is totally different from other types of units. Moreover, Fahrenheit unit temperature scale, the scale of measurement based on 32° F for the freezing point of pure water and 212° F for the boiling point of pure water Thus, the interval between these two points being equally divided into 180 equal parts. This measurement gives half a circle.

It was developed by a German-born scientist who lived and worked primarily in the Netherlands for his entire life. He proposed the Fahrenheit unit temperature scale of measurement in 1724 by Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit (1686–1736). It uses the degree Fahrenheit (symbol: °F) as the unit for temperature measurement.

## What is Celcius Unit?

After 20 years, Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit had proposed its temperature scale measurement for the thermometer. Then, Anders Celsius (Swedish) defined the best scale for measuring temperature with the new scale system. He was proposed using the boiling point of water as 100° C for bobbling and the freezing point of water as 0° C for the crystal state of water. Water liquid in pure form was chosen as the reference material in both scales of measurement. Because water is the universal solvent of the world.

Celsius unit temperature scale is also called a verbally centigrade unit temperature scale. It was equally divided from 0 degree to 100-degree interval between the defined points. Absolute zero, the lowest temperature possible in the entire universe, it is defined as being precisely −273.15 °C.

In another form of the temperature scale, it is represented by the Kelvin unit (K). Absolute zero is 0K. From the phase diagram, the temperature of the triple point of water is defined as precisely 273.16 K in Kelvin and 0.01 °C in the centigrade unit (freezing point). This definition of Celcius and Kelvin unit fixes the magnitude of both the degree Celsius and the kelvin as precisely 1 part in 273.16 of the difference between absolute zero and the triple point of water in the phase diagram of water. This is another way of defining the Conversion of units.

## Fahrenheit to Celsius Conversion Formulas for Temperature:

( Conversion of units)

Formulas for an exact conversion of Fahrenheit to Celsius, the following formulas of conversion can be applied. Here, f is the value in Fahrenheit unit and c the value in Celsius unit:

• f °Fahrenheit unit to c °Celsius unit : (f − 32) °F × 5°C9°F = (f − 32)1.8 °C = c °C
• c °Celsius unit to f °Fahrenheit unit: (c °C × 9°F5°C) + 32 °F = (c × 1.8) °F + 32 °F = f °F

## Fahrenheit to Celsius Conversion Chart/Table with the description of Material Chemistry

(Boiling point [BP] and the melting point [MP] in Fahrenheit and Celsius: Conversion of units table)

Fahrenheit(⁰F) Celsius(⁰C) Description of Material Chemistry
0 -17.776
1 -17.2205
2 -16.665
3 -16.1095
4 -15.554
5 -14.9985
6 -14.443
7 -13.8875
8 -13.332
9 -12.7765
10 -12.7765
11 -11.6655
12 -11.11
13 -10.5544
14 -9.999
15 -9.4435
16 -8.888
17 -8.3325
18 -7.777
19 -7.2215
20 -6.666
21 -6.1105
22 -5.555
23 -4.9995
24 -4.444
25 -3.8885
26 -3.333
27 -2.7775
28 -2.222
29 -1.6665
30 -1.111
31 -0.5555 Boiling point of Butane-n
32 0 Melting point of water
33 0.5555
34 1.111
35 1.6665
36 2.222
37 2.7775
38 3.333
39 3.8885
40 4.444 Melting point of heavy water
41 4.9995
42 5.555 Melting point of Benzene
43 6.1105
44 6.666 Melting point of cyclohexane
45 7.2215
46 7.777 Melting point of hexamethylphosphoramide
(HMPA)
47 8.3325
48 8.888
49 9.4435
50 9.999
51 10.5544
52 11.11
53 11.6655 Melting point of dioxane
54 12.221
55 12.7765
56 13.332 Melting point of p-xylene
57 13.8875
58 14.443
59 14.9985
60 15.554
61 16.1095
62 16.665 Melting point of acetic acid
63 17.2205
64 17.776
65 18.3315
66 18.887
67 19.4425
68 19.998
69 20.5535 Boiling Point of  Acetaldehyde
70 21.10899
71 21.6645
72 22.22
73 22.7755
74 23.331
75 23.8864
76 24.442
77 24.9975
78 25.553 Melting point of t-butyl alcohol
79 26.1085
80 26.664
81 27.2195
82 27.775
83 28.3305
84 28.886
85 29.4415
86 29.997
87 30.5525
88 31.108
89 31.6635
90 31.6635
91 32.7744
92 33.33
93 33.8855
94 34.441 Boiling point of Diethyl Ether
95 34.9965 Boiling point of Ether
96 35.552 Human Body Temperature Range
97 36.1075 Human Body Temperature Range
98 36.663 Human Body Temperature Range
99 37.2185
100 37.774
101 38.3295 Boiling point of Ethyl Bromide
102 38.885
103 39.4405
104 39.996
105 40.5515
106 41.107
107 41.6625
108 42.2179 Boiling point of Methyl Iodide
109 42.7735
110 43.329
111 43.8845
112 44.44
113 44.9955
114 45.551
115 46.1065 Boiling point of Carbon Disulfide
116 46.662
117 47.2175
118 47.7729
119 48.3285
120 48.884
121 49.4395
122 49.995
123 50.5505
124 51.106
125 51.6615
126 52.217
127 52.7725 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boiling_point
128 53.328
129 53.8835
130 54.439
131 54.9945
132 54.9945
133 56.1055 Boiling Point of Acetone
134 56.661
135 57.2164 Boiling point of Methyl Acetate
136 57.772 Boiling point of 1,1-dichloroethane
137 58.3275
138 58.883
139 59.4385
140 59.994
141 60.5495
142 61.105 Boiling point of Chloroform
143 61.6605
144 62.216
145 62.7714
146 63.327
147 63.8825
148 64.438 BP of Alcohol – methyl (wood, methanol) Range
149 64.9935 BP of Alcohol – methyl (wood, methanol) Range
150 65.5489 BP of Alcohol – methyl (wood, methanol) Range
151 66.1045
152 66.66
153 67.2155
154 67.771
155 68.3265
156 68.882
157 69.4375
158 69.993
159 70.5485
160 71.104
161 71.6595
162 72.215
163 72.7705
164 73.326
165 73.8815
166 74.437
167 74.9924
168 75.548
169 76.1035
170 76.659 Boiling point of Carbon Tetrachloride
171 77.2145 Boiling point of Ethyl Acetate
172 77.77
173 78.3255
174 78.881
175 79.4365 Boiling point of Alcohol – ethyl (grain, ethanol)
176 79.992 Boiling piont of Benzene (Benzol)
177 80.5475
178 81.103
179 81.6585 Boiling point of acetonitrile
180 82.214
181 82.7695
182 83.325
183 83.8805
184 84.4359
185 84.9915
186 85.547
187 86.1024
188 86.658
189 87.2135
190 87.769
191 88.3245
192 88.88
193 89.4355
194 89.991
195 90.5465
196 91.102
197 91.6575
198 92.213
199 92.7685
200 93.324
201 93.8795
202 94.435
203 94.9905
204 95.5459
205 96.1015
206 96.657
207 97.2125
208 97.768
209 98.3235
210 98.879
211 99.4345 Water boiling Range
212 99.99 Water boiling Range
213 100.5455 Water boiling Range

In this blog, we mainly focus on science fair projects for kids, 3rd, 4th, 5th,6th, 7th,8th and 9th grade students. you can see more project ideas updates in our sitemap

Join in our forum for more project ideas.