# Celsius

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The Celsius temperature scale is based on the properties of water. At one standard atmosphere of pressure, water melts/freezes at 0°C and vaporizes/condenses at 100°C.

Celsius is related to the Kelvin scale by the following formula: $^\circ C=K-273.15$

Celsius is related to the Fahrenheit scale by the following formula:

$^\circ C\frac{9}{5}+32=^\circ F$