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A predetermined temperature used as a basic measurement, often 0&#x00B0;C. The petroleum industry uses 60&#x00B0;F (15.5&#x00B0;C) as its standard temperature for measurement of oil volumes.
 
A predetermined temperature used as a basic measurement, often 0&#x00B0;C. The petroleum industry uses 60&#x00B0;F (15.5&#x00B0;C) as its standard temperature for measurement of oil volumes.
 
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A predetermined temperature used as a basic measurement, often 0°C. The petroleum industry uses 60°F (15.5°C) as its standard temperature for measurement of oil volumes.