Lead melts at 330 degrees C. On the absolute scale this temperature corresponds to:?
A. 57 K
B. 363 K
C. 603 K
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Ok. 273 K = 0 C so therefore 330C = 330 + 273 = 603K C.Source(s): Weather Expert
- david hLv 61 decade ago
C) 603 K
Simply add 273 to a temperature in centigrade to convert it to a temperature in Kelvin.
My answer is definitely correct.
- Scott EvilLv 61 decade ago
Brandon makes a good point. To go from C to K, you actually add 273.15. However, 603K is clearly what they were going for :)
- 1 decade ago
All are wrong.
It's 603.15 K :)
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- Anonymous1 decade ago