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Kelvin in Celsius

Celsius to Kelvin (change units)

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Kelvin

Based on the definitions of the Celsius scale and experimental evidence that absolute zero is -273.15ºC.

 

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Celsius

Although initially defined by the freezing point of water (and later the melting point of ice), the Celsius scale is officially derived from the Kelvin scale.

Zero on the Celsius scale (0 ° C) is 273.15 K, with a temperature difference of 1 ° C equivalent to a difference of 1 K, so the size of the unit is the same on each scale. This means that 100 ° C, which was previously defined as the boiling temperature of water, now corresponds to 373.15 K.

The Celsius scale is an interval system, not a ratio system, which means that it follows a relative but not an absolute scale. This can be seen because a temperature interval between 20 ° C and 30 ° C is the same as between 30 ° C and 40 ° C, but 40 ° C does not have twice the air heat energy as 20 ° C.

A temperature difference of 1 ° C corresponds to a temperature difference of 1.8 ° F.

 

Conversion table from Kelvin to Celsius

KelvinCelsius
0K-273.15℃
1K-272.15℃
2K-271.15℃
3K-270.15℃
4K-269.15℃
5K-268.15℃
6K-267.15℃
7K-266.15℃
8K-265.15℃
9K-264.15℃
10K-263.15℃
11K-262.15℃
12K-261.15℃
13K-260.15℃
14K-259.15℃
15K-258.15℃
16K-257.15℃
17K-256.15℃
18K-255.15℃
19K-254.15℃
KelvinCelsius
20K-253.15℃
21K-252.15℃
22K-251.15℃
23K-250.15℃
24K-249.15℃
25K-248.15℃
26K-247.15℃
27K-246.15℃
28K-245.15℃
29K-244.15℃
30K-243.15℃
31K-242.15℃
32K-241.15℃
33K-240.15℃
34K-239.15℃
35K-238.15℃
36K-237.15℃
37K-236.15℃
38K-235.15℃
39K-234.15℃
KelvinCelsius
40K-233.15℃
41K-232.15℃
42K-231.15℃
43K-230.15℃
44K-229.15℃
45K-228.15℃
46K-227.15℃
47K-226.15℃
48K-225.15℃
49K-224.15℃
50K-223.15℃
51K-222.15℃
52K-221.15℃
53K-220.15℃
54K-219.15℃
55K-218.15℃
56K-217.15℃
57K-216.15℃
58K-215.15℃
59K-214.15℃