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Keeping Warm : BBC Multimedia Science
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Keeping warm - 4learning
Temperature is a measure of how warm or cold things are. A red-hot pin is at a higher temperature than a kettle of boiling water - although there's a lot more heat in the kettle. We measure temperature in degrees, named after a scientist called Anders Celsius - degrees Celsius or oC.
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