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The most common scales of temperature are:
Other scales of temperature include:
The degree Kelvin (°K) is a former name for the SI unit of temperature on the thermodynamic (absolute) temperature scale. Since 1967 it has been known simply as the kelvin, with symbol K. Degree absolute (°A) is obsolete terminology, often referring specifically to the kelvin but sometimes the degree Rankine as well.
In Unicode, the "degree sign" is U+00B0 (°). The HTML character entity reference for it is
Due to a similar appearance in some fonts in print and on computer screens, some other characters may be mistakenly substituted for it: the “masculine ordinal indicator” (U+00BA, º), the “ring above” (U+02DA, ˚), “superscript zero” (U+2070, ⁰), superscript zero proper (0) or superscript letter “o” (o), and the “ring operator” (U+2218, ∘).
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