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Answer to Question #67794 in Molecular Physics | Thermodynamics for JIMOH Sunday

Question #67794
The fundamental interval of a thermometeric scale is
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The fundamental interval of a thermometric scale is the distance between two fundamental temperatures, corresponding to equilibrium points of one-component systems (fixed points).
Example: The upper and lower points of Centigrade scale are 100 ℃ and 0 ℃ and the fundamental interval is 100 ℃.

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