Happy Wednesday to all. And it being Wednesday, another set of Chemistry problems. I’ve uploaded a second set of questions relating to temperature scale conversions.
You can find them here.
The temperature scales learned in school were the Fahrenheit, Celsius, Kelvin, and Rankine scales. And in the grand tradition of science, named after the scientists who worked in or contributed to (in some other way) the field of thermodynamic. Aside from their having temperature scales named after them, I really couldn’t remember much about them. And since I like science, and I like history …
If you have an inquisitive nature yourself, start your voyage of discovery about these scientists here:
Friday is Physics day! Motion in a vertical plane is what’s on the schedule. See you at the whiteboard.