Celsius To Gas Mark

Celsius to Gas Mark Calculation and Formula

To convert temperatures from Celsius (°C) to Gas Mark, you can use the following formula:

Gas Mark=(Celsius−120)14Gas Mark=14(Celsius−120)​

This formula is derived from the relationship between the Celsius scale and the Gas Mark scale, which is typically used in cooking, especially in the United Kingdom.

Example of How To Convert Celsius to Gas Mark

To illustrate how to use the formula for converting Celsius to Gas Mark, consider converting an oven temperature of 180°C to Gas Mark.

Using our formula: Gas Mark=(180−120)14=4.29Gas Mark=14(180−120)​=4.29

This result indicates that 180°C is approximately between Gas Mark 4 and 5. For practical cooking applications, you would round to the nearest whole number, which is Gas Mark 4. To get precise conversions and verify this calculation, you can use our calculator here.

Celsius to Gas Mark Table:

Here is a helpful table that shows conversions from Celsius to Gas Mark for common oven temperatures:

Celsius (°C)Gas Mark

About Celsius

Celsius, or centigrade, is a temperature scale used worldwide where 0°C represents the freezing point of water, and 100°C represents the boiling point at sea level. It’s named after the Swedish astronomer Anders Celsius. This scale is widely used in science and is standard in most parts of the world.

About Gas Mark

The Gas Mark is a temperature scale used on gas ovens and ranges. Originating in the United Kingdom and Ireland, it uses numbers instead of traditional temperature marks. For instance, Gas Mark 4 is approximately equivalent to 180°C or 350°F. It is predominantly seen in cookbooks and cooking guides from these regions.

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