## Theoretical and Practical Limits of Measurement Accuracy: 2nd Symposium of the IMEKO Technical Committee on Metrology--TC8 : Proceedings |

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also by the reproducibility of measurements and the accuracy of the realization

and transfer of the unit of temperature. ... The

fundamental parameter because it is a state variable for a substance in ...

also by the reproducibility of measurements and the accuracy of the realization

and transfer of the unit of temperature. ... The

**thermodynamic temperature**is afundamental parameter because it is a state variable for a substance in ...

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The

used in all fundamental functional dependences that involve temperature.

Considering that the

exponential ...

The

**thermodynamic temperature**rather than the conventional one should beused in all fundamental functional dependences that involve temperature.

Considering that the

**thermodynamic temperature**is frequently part of theexponential ...

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Table III gives the results of temperature measurements with thermal noise

thermometers from data reported by different ... The residual systematic errors of

the

Table III gives the results of temperature measurements with thermal noise

thermometers from data reported by different ... The residual systematic errors of

the

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