Temperature Converter

Temperature Converter Tool

Temperature Convert is the Best Online Temperature Converter Tool, free without app. Temperature Convert Tool helps to management, analysis, editing, generate and convert data. Temperature degrees conversions of Fahrenheit (°F), Celsius (°C), Kelvin (K), Rankine (°R).

Best Temperature Converter Tool

When it comes to temperature conversion (often shortened to temp conversion), it is easy to convert Celsius to Kelvin, however if you want to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit, it becomes more tricky... Unless you use our temperature conversion tool!

With our tool, you can perform temperature unit conversion from Fahrenheit to Celsius - or any other combination of temperature units you choose! There is no need for you to remember any temperature conversion formula, or perform any mathematical operations; just input the temperature in your preferred units and watch the result appear. And, if you want to use this time you have saved, you can read on to find out about temperature scales!

What is temperature?

It is always hard to come up with a good definition for everyday terms, but with temperature, it is notoriously difficult. We all know what is hot or cold, but temperature? Temperature is much harder to define without getting technical, which is precisely why we will get technical. To do this we have to turn to physics, in particular to thermodynamics and statistical physics, which is like thermodynamics meets quantum physics.

There is no need to worry, however, because when we dig deeper into what is temperature, the answer is fairly simple: temperature is speed, or rather the momentum of the atoms and molecules that make up a material. What this means is that the higher the temperature of something, the higher the particles velocity; a.k.a.the molecules that make up that something vibrate faster. This is very closely related to the concept of thermal energy and means that heat is just another expression of kinetic energy.

As always, there's much more to these concepts than what we've mentioned here, like for example the fact that speed is related to the kinetic energy by means of a square root. Or the fact that when we mention speed we should technically speak of the average of all the speeds of all the particles... But this would, then, become a large essay on the physical concept of temperature and there would not be space for a conversion tool.

Fortunately, we have the time and space to point out some interesting facts about temperature, like how any friction will end up creating heat, by converting kinetic energy from one source to another (and therefore increasing the temperature). It is also interesting to note that once we think of temperature as a form of energy it becomes fairly clear that our body burns more calories when we try to burn calories by running vigorously, which, incidentally creates much more heat inside our bodies than light exercise.

Thinking about temperature and heat in terms of energy is very useful and helps us understand many of the things that happen around us. Nevertheless, this is not the only thing we will talk about. Since this is a temperature conversion tool, it is only fair that we talk about units of temperature. We also need to acknowledge the different ways of measuring temperature. We're not talking only about different types of thermometers, but also about different scales.

Calculator Use

Temperature conversions are performed by using a formula, which differs depending on the two temperature scales you are converting between. 

For example, to convert 50 degrees Celsius (centigrade) to Fahrenheit, we plug our numbers into the formula as shown below: F = C * 9/5 + 32

F = 50 * 9/5 + 32
F = 90 + 32
F = 122

50 degrees Celsius is equal to 122 degrees Fahrenheit.

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