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Xenon
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Hey guys, how do you calculate Kelvin unitsfrom celcius? I keep on forgetting how to do it.
e.g. 100 degrees celcius to Kelvin!
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It's Kelvin. You add 273 to the value in Celsius.
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It's Kelvin. You add 273 to the value in Celsius.
Oh wicked. Thanks. I thought it wassomething like that, but couldn't remember the initial value at 0 degrees celcius.
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(Original post by Nylex)
It's Kelvin. You add 273 to the value in Celsius.
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