100 Temperatures You Should Know

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Education, Life Science
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Andrews Sykes
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Lower Primary, Upper Primary, Middle School, High School, Community College / Lower Division
Grades:
Grade 1
Language:
English
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Diagram/Illustration, Interactive, Simulation
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Interactive, Mobile
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From -273.15 Absolute Zero, the coldest known temperature through to the 5500bn furnace achieved in the CERN Hadron Collider, the UK's leading HVAC specialist Andrews Sykes have created this visual, 100 Temperatures You Should Know, that details everything from South America's hottest temperature to the idea heat to cook a steak. Learn some remarkable facts and have a play online today.

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