Celsius, sometimes referred to as centigrade, is a unit for temperature measurement and a related temperature scale. It has got the name of its developer, the Swedish scientist and physicist A. Celsius. The SI recognizes Celsius as a base temperature measurement unit, and the symbol for Celsius is °C. Traditionally, the scale is defined and the following: 0 °C is the water freezing point, and 100 °C is boiling water point (at sea level).
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