What is Absolute Temperature? - Universe Today
If you measure temperature relative to absolute zero, the temperature is an absolute temperature; absolute zero is 0. The most widely used absolute temperature scale is the Kelvin, symbolized with a capital K, which uses Celsius-scaled degrees (there’s another one, the Rankine, which is related to the Fahrenheit scale). We write temperatures in kelvins without … Continue reading "What is Absolute Temperature?"
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