Daily Archives: August 15, 2014

Liquid Oxygen 2
Many physics and chemistry problems require the temperature to be an absolute temperature. This means the calculations require the temperature to be in the Kelvin temperature scale. More often than not, the data you take will be in Celsius. To convert celsius to Kelvin requires a simple formula: K = ºC […]

Convert Celsius to Kelvin Example Problem

The Kelvin temperature scale is sometimes called the absolute temperature because the zero point is the absolute limit of the coldest anything can get. Most of the time, any data you take will be in the Celsius temperature scale since there aren’t that many Kelvin thermometers in classroom laboratories. Sometimes, […]

Convert Kelvin To Celsius Example Problem