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trex
trex • Feb 7, 2012

Celsius to Kelvin

Would 150 and -45 celsius come out to 228.15 and 423.15 kelvin ?
Dancer_Engineer
Dancer_Engineer • Feb 7, 2012
trex
Would 150 and -45 celsius come out to 228.15 and 423.15 kelvin ?
Yes it would.
The exact formula is: T(k) = T(c) + 273.15

You can check online as well, here.
lalit.joshi
lalit.joshi • Feb 11, 2012
trex
Would 150 and -45 celsius come out to 228.15 and 423.15 kelvin ?
yup, it will......, well i would like to tell more about this conversion. listen,
if the temp. in celsius is T(c) and corresponding kelvin temp. is T(k), then the relation b/w them:
[T(c)-0]/100=[T(k)-273.15]/100
; where the 100 is the difference of boiling point and melting point taking water as reference. 0 is melting point of water in celsius and same is 273.15 in kelvin.
after simply this, T(k)=T(c)+273.15

sorry if i committed any mistake.
lalit.joshi
lalit.joshi • Feb 11, 2012
trex
Would 150 and -45 celsius come out to 228.15 and 423.15 kelvin ?
yup, it will......, well i would like to tell more about this conversion. listen,
if the temp. in celsius is T(c) and corresponding kelvin temp. is T(k), then the relation b/w them:
[T(c)-0]/100=[T(k)-273.15]/100
; where the 100 is the difference of boiling point and melting point taking water as reference. 0 is melting point of water in celsius and same is 273.15 in kelvin.
after simply this, T(k)=T(c)+273.15

sorry if i committed any mistake.

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