Here you can convert the Temperature Unit Celsius into the unit Kelvin and vice versa you can convert Kelvin into Celsius. By clicking the "Swap units" icon, you will always obtain the desired conversion in the calculation result, i.e., °C to K or K to °C. With the following calculator you can also calculate any other Temperature Unit.
Info about "Celsius"
The common unit for temperature in German-speaking countries is measured in degree Celsius (°C). Anders Celsius, a Swedish astronomer, mathematician and physicist, defined this temperature division named after him, degree Celsius, in the 18th century.
He chose the melting point and boiling point of water as fixed points for the temperature scale and divided the change in volume of mercury between these points into 100 equal parts. So today we are used to water freezing at 0 degree Celsius and water boiling at 100 degrees Celsius. And to measure the temperature, mercury thermometers are often still in use.
Celsius thus forms a so-called empirical temperature scale, i.e., an arbitrary determination of the magnitude of the temperature by indicating the temperature in relation to a reference value. For degree Celsius, the arbitrary determination, as described, is between 0 degree and 100 degrees, depending on the aggregate state of the water.
While Kelvin is the base unit for temperature in the international system of units SI (Système international d'unités), degree Celsius (°C) is an officially derived SI unit. As a derived SI unit, the degree Celsius (°C) is officially approved in many European countries, especially in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Info about "Kelvin"
The common unit for temperature in German-speaking countries is measured in degree Celsius (°C). Anders Celsius, a Swedish astronomer, mathematician and physicist, defined this temperature division named after him, degree Celsius, in the 18th century.
He chose the melting point and boiling point of water as fixed points for the temperature scale and divided the change in volume of mercury between these points into 100 equal parts. So today we are used to water freezing at 0 degree Celsius and water boiling at 100 degrees Celsius. And to measure the temperature, mercury thermometers are often still in use.
Celsius thus forms a so-called empirical temperature scale, i.e., an arbitrary determination of the magnitude of the temperature by indicating the temperature in relation to a reference value. For degree Celsius, the arbitrary determination, as described, is between 0 degree and 100 degrees, depending on the aggregate state of the water.
While Kelvin is the base unit for temperature in the international system of units SI (Système international d'unités), degree Celsius (°C) is an officially derived SI unit. As a derived SI unit, the degree Celsius (°C) is officially approved in many European countries, especially in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Basis for conversion Celsius (°C) to Kelvin (K) and vice versa
The abbreviation for the "Temperature Unit Celsius" is °C. The abbreviation for the "Temperature Unit Kelvin" is K.
Formula for the conversion of Celsius (°C) to Kelvin (K) and vice versa
The calculation from Celsius to Kelvin shall be made using the following conversion formula:
Conversion formula Celsius to Kelvin |
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Determine the number of Kelvin from Celsius K = °C + 273.15 |
Formula for the conversion of Kelvin (K) to Celsius (°C)
The calculation from Kelvin to Celsius shall be made using the following conversion formula:
Conversion formula Kelvin to Celsius |
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Determine the number of Celsius from Kelvin °C = K - 273.15 |
Overview table : How many Celsius are in a Kelvin ?
Celsius °C ⇒ Kelvin K |
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0.01 °C are 273.16 K |
0.02 °C are 273.17 K |
0.03 °C are 273.18 K |
0.04 °C are 273.19 K |
0.05 °C are 273.2 K |
0.06 °C are 273.21 K |
0.07 °C are 273.22 K |
0.08 °C are 273.23 K |
0.09 °C are 273.24 K |
0.10 °C are 273.25 K |
0.20 °C are 273.35 K |
0.30 °C are 273.45 K |
0.40 °C are 273.55 K |
0.50 °C are 273.65 K |
0.60 °C are 273.75 K |
0.70 °C are 273.85 K |
0.80 °C are 273.95 K |
0.90 °C are 274.05 K |
1 °C corresponds to 274.15 K |
2 °C are 275.15 K |
3 °C are 276.15 K |
4 °C are 277.15 K |
5 °C are 278.15 K |
6 °C are 279.15 K |
7 °C are 280.15 K |
8 °C are 281.15 K |
9 °C are 282.15 K |
10 °C are 283.15 K |
20 °C are 293.15 K |
30 °C are 303.15 K |
40 °C are 313.15 K |
50 °C are 323.15 K |
60 °C are 333.15 K |
70 °C are 343.15 K |
80 °C are 353.15 K |
90 °C are 363.15 K |
100 °C are 373.15 K |
200 °C are 473.15 K |
300 °C are 573.15 K |
400 °C are 673.15 K |
500 °C are 773.15 K |
600 °C are 873.15 K |
700 °C are 973.15 K |
800 °C are 1073.15 K |
900 °C are 1173.15 K |
1 000 °C are 1273.15 K |
Overview table : How many Kelvin are in a Celsius ?
Kelvin K ⇒ Celsius °C |
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0.01 K are -273.14 °C |
0.02 K are -273.13 °C |
0.03 K are -273.12 °C |
0.04 K are -273.11 °C |
0.05 K are -273.1 °C |
0.06 K are -273.09 °C |
0.07 K are -273.08 °C |
0.08 K are -273.07 °C |
0.09 K are -273.06 °C |
0.10 K are -273.05 °C |
0.20 K are -272.95 °C |
0.30 K are -272.85 °C |
0.40 K are -272.75 °C |
0.50 K are -272.65 °C |
0.60 K are -272.55 °C |
0.70 K are -272.45 °C |
0.80 K are -272.35 °C |
0.90 K are -272.25 °C |
1 K corresponds to -272.15 °C |
2 K are -271.15 °C |
3 K are -270.15 °C |
4 K are -269.15 °C |
5 K are -268.15 °C |
6 K are -267.15 °C |
7 K are -266.15 °C |
8 K are -265.15 °C |
9 K are -264.15 °C |
10 K are -263.15 °C |
20 K are -253.15 °C |
30 K are -243.15 °C |
40 K are -233.15 °C |
50 K are -223.15 °C |
60 K are -213.15 °C |
70 K are -203.15 °C |
80 K are -193.15 °C |
90 K are -183.15 °C |
100 K are -173.15 °C |
200 K are -73.15 °C |
300 K are 26.85 °C |
400 K are 126.85 °C |
500 K are 226.85 °C |
600 K are 326.85 °C |
700 K are 426.85 °C |
800 K are 526.85 °C |
900 K are 626.85 °C |
1 000 K are 726.85 °C |
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This page of the 'Temperatures' category was last edited or reviewed by Michael Mühl on February 20, 2023. It corresponds to the current status.
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