## Chemistry: A Molecular Approach (3rd Edition)

The three common temperature scales are: 1. Kelvin $(K)$ 2. Celsius $(C^{o})$ 3. Fahrenheit $(F^{o})$ Yes, the size of a degree differs among them.
The size of degree and scale of each is different. At $0^{o}C$ you see the freezing point of water, but at $0K$ you see absolute zero. Note that a degree symbol $(^{o})$ is not used for Kelvin measurements.