# Celsius to Delisle Converter

Enter the temperature in Celsius below to get the value converted to Delisle.

**Results in Degrees Delisle:**

Do you want to convert Delisle to Celsius?

## How to Convert Celsius to Delisle

Convert degrees Celsius to degrees Delisle with this simple formula:

degrees Delisle = ( 100 - [°C] ) × 3 / 2

Insert the [°C] temperature measurement in the formula and then solve to find the result.

**For example,** let's convert 50 °C to degrees Delisle:

50 °C = ( ( 100 - 50 ) × 3 / 2 ) = 75 °De

The Celsius scale and the Delisle scale are both used to measure temperature. Read on to learn more about each of them.

## What Is Celsius?

The Celsius temperature scale, also commonly referred to as the centigrade scale, is defined in relation to the kelvin.
Specifically, degrees Celsius is equal to kelvins minus 273.15.^{[1]}

The degree Celsius is the SI derived unit for temperature in the metric system. A degree Celsius is sometimes also referred to as a degree centigrade. Celsius can be abbreviated as *C*; for example, 1 degree Celsius can be written as 1 °C.

### Important Temperatures In Degrees Celsius

Temperature | Degrees Celsius |
---|---|

Absolute Zero | -273.15 °C |

Freezing Point of Water | 0 °C |

Triple Point of Water | 0.01 °C |

Boiling Point of Water | 100 °C |

Learn more about Celsius.

## What Is Delisle?

The Delisle scale is a temperature scale that sets a fixed zero point equal to the temperature of boiling water. The Delisle scale is uses incrementing degrees as the temperature decreases. It runs from 0 degrees at the boiling point of water to 150 degrees at the the freezing point.

Delisle can be abbreviated as *De*; for example, 1 degree Delisle can be written as 1 °De.

### Important Temperatures In Degrees Delisle

Temperature | Degrees Delisle |
---|---|

Absolute Zero | 559.725 °De |

Freezing Point of Water | 150 °De |

Boiling Point of Water | 0 °De |

Learn more about Delisle.

## Celsius to Delisle Conversion Table

Celsius | Delisle |
---|---|

-50 °C | 225 °De |

-40 °C | 210 °De |

-30 °C | 195 °De |

-20 °C | 180 °De |

-10 °C | 165 °De |

0 °C | 150 °De |

10 °C | 135 °De |

20 °C | 120 °De |

30 °C | 105 °De |

40 °C | 90 °De |

50 °C | 75 °De |

60 °C | 60 °De |

70 °C | 45 °De |

80 °C | 30 °De |

90 °C | 15 °De |

100 °C | 0 °De |

110 °C | -15 °De |

120 °C | -30 °De |

130 °C | -45 °De |

140 °C | -60 °De |

150 °C | -75 °De |

160 °C | -90 °De |

170 °C | -105 °De |

180 °C | -120 °De |

190 °C | -135 °De |

200 °C | -150 °De |

300 °C | -300 °De |

400 °C | -450 °De |

500 °C | -600 °De |

600 °C | -750 °De |

700 °C | -900 °De |

800 °C | -1,050 °De |

900 °C | -1,200 °De |

1,000 °C | -1,350 °De |

## References

- National Institute of Standards and Technology, SI Units - Temperature, https://www.nist.gov/pml/owm/si-units-temperature