the resistance of platinum is 5.684 ohms at the temperature of steam at 760mmHg and...

the resistance of platinum is 5.684 ohms at the temperature of steam at 760mmHg and 5.204 ohm at the temperature of ice, if the resistance at the temperature of a warm liquid is 5.490 ohms, calculate the liquid temperature?

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Torque
1 month ago
On a celcius scale...the 100°C is equivalent to 5.684ohms and the ice point 0°C is equivalent to 5.204ohm
then
Let liquid temp be x
x-0/(100-0)=(5.490-5.204)/(5.684-5.204)
x/100=0.286/(0.48)
by solving for x
x=59.583°C
approx 60°C
so 5.490ohms is equivalent to approx 60°C
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