Temperature conversion: Absolute (Kelvin) scale convertor

The Absolute (Kelvin) scale was created in the middle of 19th century. Scottish-Irish physicist and inventor William Thomson known also as Lord Kelvin determined scale in which 0 K is the temperature equal to absolute zero and 273,16 K is temperature of triple point of water (equilibrium state among states which occurs for water along pressure 611 Pa and temperature 0,01 degree Celsius or 32,02 degree Fahrenheit). Absolute (Kelvin) scale is used for determining of thermodynamic temperature. The smallest part of scale is called kelvin.

Enter original temperature in kelvins

Easy and Quick Conversion of Temperatures between Scales
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