**Kelvin** (K) is a base unit for temperature named after the British Lord Kelvin. **0 °C (Celsius) is converted to 273.15 Klevin (freezing point of water)**. The conversion is calculated using the formula **Celsius 273.15**. This means that the numerical value of the temperature difference between Celsius and Kelvin is always the same.

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## Table - Celsius in Kelvin

Celsius (C) | Kelvin (K) |
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1 °C | 274,15 K |

10 °C | 283,15 K |

25 °C | 298,15 K |

30 °C | 303,15 K |

100 °C | 373,15 K |

## Table - Kelvin in Celsius

Kelvin (K) | Celsius (C) |
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1 K | -272,15 °C |

50 K | -223,15 °C |

75 K | -198,15 °C |

100 K | -173,15 °C |

200 K | -73,15 °C |

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The conversion from Celsius to Kelvin is a fundamental concept in thermodynamics and temperature measurement. Both are units for measuring temperature, but they have different zero points. The Kelvin scale is the absolute temperature scale used in science. Its zero point, 0 Kelvin, corresponds to absolute zero, at which molecular motion theoretically comes to a standstill. **This corresponds to -273.15 degrees Celsius.**

The Celsius scale, named after the Swedish astronomer Anders Celsius, is the most commonly used temperature scale in many parts of the world. Its zero point, 0 degrees Celsius, is defined as the melting point of ice under standard conditions, and 100 degrees Celsius is the boiling point of water under standard conditions.

To convert from Celsius to Kelvin, add 273.15 to the given temperature in degrees Celsius. For example, if you have a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius and want to convert it to Kelvin, you would add 273.15 to get 298.15 Kelvin.

Conversely, to convert from Kelvin to Celsius, subtract 273.15 from the given temperature in Kelvin. For example, if you have a temperature of 300 Kelvin and want to convert it to degrees Celsius, you would subtract 273.15 to get 26.85 degrees Celsius. It is important to note that the Kelvin scale does not use degree signs. Therefore, you say "Kelvin" and not "degrees Kelvin".