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The base unit for temperature is kelvin (SI Unit)

[Delisle] symbol/abbrevation: (°De)

[Romer] symbol/abbrevation: (°Rø)

1 °De = 59.65 °Rø.

1 x 59.65 °Rø =

Always check the results; rounding errors may occur.

The Delisle scale (abbreviated "De" or "D") is a scale to measure temperature. It was introduced by French astronomer Joseph-Nicolas Delisle in 1732. Delisle used a ther *..more definition+*

The Rømer scale (also Roemer) is a temperature scale named after the Danish astronomer Ole Christensen Rømer, who proposed it in 1701. It is based on the freezing point of pure water being 7.5 degrees and the boiling point of water as 60 degrees.

In relation to the base unit of [temperature] => (kelvin), 1 Delisle (°De) is equal to 372.48333333333 kelvin, while 1 Romer (°Rø) = 260.76904761905 kelvin.1 Delisle | to common temperature units |
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1 °De | = 99.333333333333 celsius (°C) |

1 °De | = 372.48333333333 kelvin (K) |

1 °De | = 210.8 fahrenheit (°F) |

1 °De | = 670.47 rankine (°R) |

1 °De | = 1 delisle (°De) |

1 °De | = 32.78 newton scale (°N) |

1 °De | = 79.466666666667 reaumur (°Re) |

1 °De | = 59.65 romer (°Rø) |

Delisle | to Romer (table conversion) |
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1 °De | = 59.65 °Rø |

2 °De | = 59.3 °Rø |

3 °De | = 58.95 °Rø |

4 °De | = 58.6 °Rø |

5 °De | = 58.25 °Rø |

6 °De | = 57.9 °Rø |

7 °De | = 57.55 °Rø |

8 °De | = 57.2 °Rø |

9 °De | = 56.85 °Rø |

10 °De | = 56.5 °Rø |

20 °De | = 53 °Rø |

30 °De | = 49.5 °Rø |

40 °De | = 46 °Rø |

50 °De | = 42.5 °Rø |

60 °De | = 39 °Rø |

70 °De | = 35.5 °Rø |

80 °De | = 32 °Rø |

90 °De | = 28.5 °Rø |

100 °De | = 25 °Rø |

200 °De | = -10 °Rø |

300 °De | = -45 °Rø |

400 °De | = -80 °Rø |

500 °De | = -115 °Rø |

600 °De | = -150 °Rø |

700 °De | = -185 °Rø |

800 °De | = -220 °Rø |

900 °De | = -255 °Rø |

1000 °De | = -290 °Rø |

2000 °De | = -640 °Rø |

4000 °De | = -1340 °Rø |

5000 °De | = -1690 °Rø |

7500 °De | = -2565 °Rø |

10000 °De | = -3440 °Rø |

25000 °De | = -8690 °Rø |

50000 °De | = -17440 °Rø |

100000 °De | = -34940 °Rø |

1000000 °De | = -349940 °Rø |

1000000000 °De | = -349999940 °Rø |