Convert Degrees Celsius (°C, Temperature Scale Conversion) to Degrees Rømer (°Rø, Historical Temperature Scales)

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degrees Celsius (°C)
Temperature scale conversion
degrees Rømer (°Rø)
Historical temperature scales

This page features online conversion from degrees Celsius to degrees Rømer. These units belong to different measurement systems. The first one is from Temperature Scale Conversion. The second one is from Historical Temperature Scales.

If you need to convert degrees Celsius to another compatible unit, please pick the one you need on the page below. You can also switch to the converter for degrees Rømer to degrees Celsius.

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Temperature scale conversion

Please be aware there is the absolute zero - the coldest temperature possible in the Universe. It is zero kelvin (-459.67°F, -273.15°C).
degrees Celsius to degrees Celsius (°C)
degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit (°F)
degrees Celsius to kelvin (K)
degrees Celsius to degrees Reaumur (°Re)
degrees Celsius to Planck temperature (Θ)
Units: degrees Celsius (°C)  / degrees Fahrenheit (°F)  / kelvin (K)  / degrees Reaumur (°Re)  / Planck temperature (Θ)
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Historical temperature scales

These temperature scales are not widely used now.
degrees Celsius to degrees Rankine (°R)
degrees Celsius to degrees Newton (°N)
degrees Celsius to degrees Rømer (°Rø)
degrees Celsius to degrees Delisle (°D)
Units: degrees Rankine (°R)  / degrees Newton (°N)  / degrees Rømer (°Rø)  / degrees Delisle (°D)

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Did you know? There is only one temperature scale which goes backwards — lower value of degrees mean hotter temperature. It is the scale of Delisle.
Did you know? Fahrenheit based his temperature scale on the earlier one by Rømer. The zero point of the scale corresponds to the freezing point of solty water (brine).
Did you know? In Celsius temperature scale zero point is the freezing point of pure water and 100 degrees is the boiling temperature of pure water.
? This temperature is impossible in our Universe.
The temperature can't be below the absolute zero (0 kelvin).

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