# Newton to Delisle calculator

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##### Newton

The Newton scale is a temperature scale devised by Isaac Newton in 1701. He called his device a "thermometer", but he did not use the term "temperature", speaking of "degrees of heat" (gradus caloris) instead. Newton's publication represents the first attempt to introduce an objective way of measuring (what would come to be called) temperature (alongside the Rømer scale published at nearly the same time).

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##### Delisle

The Delisle scale (°D) is a temperature scale invented in 1732 by the French astronomer Joseph-Nicolas Delisle (1688–1768). In 1732, Delisle built a thermometer that used mercury as a working fluid. Delisle chose his scale using the temperature of boiling water as the fixed zero point and measured the contraction of the mercury (with lower temperatures) in hundred-thousandths. Delisle thermometers usually had 2400 or 2700 gradations, appropriate to the winter in St. Petersburg, as he had been invited by Peter the Great to St. Petersburg to found an observatory in 1725.

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## Newton to Delisle Conversion Table

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°N °De °N °De °N °De °N °De
1 145.45454545455 26 31.818181818182 51 -81.818181818182 76 -195.45454545455
2 140.90909090909 27 27.272727272727 52 -86.363636363636 77 -200
3 136.36363636364 28 22.727272727273 53 -90.909090909091 78 -204.54545454545
4 131.81818181818 29 18.181818181818 54 -95.454545454545 79 -209.09090909091
5 127.27272727273 30 13.636363636364 55 -100 80 -213.63636363636
6 122.72727272727 31 9.0909090909091 56 -104.54545454545 81 -218.18181818182
7 118.18181818182 32 4.5454545454545 57 -109.09090909091 82 -222.72727272727
8 113.63636363636 33 0 58 -113.63636363636 83 -227.27272727273
9 109.09090909091 34 -4.5454545454545 59 -118.18181818182 84 -231.81818181818
10 104.54545454545 35 -9.0909090909091 60 -122.72727272727 85 -236.36363636364
11 100 36 -13.636363636364 61 -127.27272727273 86 -240.90909090909
12 95.454545454545 37 -18.181818181818 62 -131.81818181818 87 -245.45454545455
13 90.909090909091 38 -22.727272727273 63 -136.36363636364 88 -250
14 86.363636363636 39 -27.272727272727 64 -140.90909090909 89 -254.54545454545
15 81.818181818182 40 -31.818181818182 65 -145.45454545455 90 -259.09090909091
16 77.272727272727 41 -36.363636363636 66 -150 91 -263.63636363636
17 72.727272727273 42 -40.909090909091 67 -154.54545454545 92 -268.18181818182
18 68.181818181818 43 -45.454545454545 68 -159.09090909091 93 -272.72727272727
19 63.636363636364 44 -50 69 -163.63636363636 94 -277.27272727273
20 59.090909090909 45 -54.545454545455 70 -168.18181818182 95 -281.81818181818
21 54.545454545455 46 -59.090909090909 71 -172.72727272727 96 -286.36363636364
22 50 47 -63.636363636364 72 -177.27272727273 97 -290.90909090909
23 45.454545454545 48 -68.181818181818 73 -181.81818181818 98 -295.45454545455
24 40.909090909091 49 -72.727272727273 74 -186.36363636364 99 -300
25 36.363636363636 50 -77.272727272727 75 -190.90909090909 100 -304.54545454545

• ##### Delisle (99.33 °C)
The Delisle scale (°D) is a temperature scale invented in 1732 by the French astronomer Joseph-Nicolas Delisle (1688–1768). Delisle was the author of Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire et aux progrès de l'Astronomie, de la Géographie et de la Physique (1738).
• ##### Newton (3.03 °C)
The Newton scale is a temperature scale devised by Isaac Newton in 1701. He called his device a "thermometer", but he did not use the term "temperature", speaking of "degrees of heat" (gradus caloris) instead. Newton's publication represents the first attempt to introduce an objective way of measuring (what would come to be called) temperature (alongside the Rømer scale published at nearly the same time). Newton likely developed his scale for practical use rather than for a theoretical interest in thermodynamics; he had been appointed Warden of the Mint in 1695, and Master of the Mint in 1699, and his interest in the boiling points of metals are likely inspired by his duties in connection with the Royal Mint.
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