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Well, for limited temp ranges, you can fit a polynomial to it and get pretty
decent results -- I've done that for 0-50C.  The problem is that the curve
really is logarithmic, so no polynomial will fit very well, at least not
over any extended temp range.  Hint -- buried in Excel somewhere there is a
polynomial curve-fitting wizard, I just don't remember where.

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