A cryogenic vacuum pump works by condensing vapors onto some absorbent medium. This is an efficient and clean way to pump a system in a research environment. Th
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1. User Answers kobenhavn
Answer: Temperature in Fahrenheit is 577.4
Explanation:
The conversion factor for converting celcius to Fahrenheit is:
[tex]F=\frac{9}{5}\times C+32[/tex]
where F = temperature in Fahrenheit
C = Temperature in Celcius
Given : Temperature difference in Celcius = [tex]303^0C[/tex]
Putting in the values we get:
[tex]F=\frac{9}{5}\times 303+32[/tex]
[tex]F=577.4[/tex]
Thus the answer in Fahrenheit is 577.4

2. User Answers snehashish65
The required conversion of temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit is 577.4 Degree Fahrenheit.
Given data:
The temperature difference between the inside and outside of a typical cryogenic pump is, [tex]\Delta T=303^{\circ}\rm C[/tex].
The degree measure of the flow of heat from one point to another is known as the temperature at a specific point. The temperature measurements are done in Celsius, Fahrenheit and Kelvin scales. The expression to convert the Celsius scale to Fahrenheit scale is,
[tex]T=(C \times \dfrac{9}{5} + 32)\;\rm ^{\circ}F[/tex]
Solving as,
[tex]T=(303 \times \dfrac{9}{5}+32 )\;\rm ^{\circ}F\\\\T=(303 \times \dfrac{9}{5}+32 )\;\rm ^{\circ}F\\\\T=577.4\;\rm ^{\circ}F[/tex]
Thus, we can conclude that the required conversion of temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit is 577.4 Degree Fahrenheit.
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