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Added on Thursday, September 13, 2018

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  1. Reaumur
    1. His highest temperature was 80 degrees
    2. Temperature scale named after french physicist who introduced it
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    4. Inventor of the alcohol thermometer
    5. French physicist runs his water over his wall
  2. Réaumur
    1. Temp scale has freezing at 0°c and boiling at 80°c


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