In chemistry the scientists have come to agree upon a set of common units called the System de International (SI) base units that we all agreed to use when communicating our research findings.
The Ampere is that constant current which travels at a rate of 1 coulomb per second.
Kelvin is called the absolute temperature scale because it does not use degrees.
The Fahrenheit degree scale is not equivalent to the kelvin scale so further calculations must be completed to convert between those two temperature scales.
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