help me in physics! The temperature of 1°C is the same of 1 K?

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  • Amy
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    8 years ago
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    The size of a degree Celsius is the same as the size of a kelvin. The starting points of the two scales are different.

    So, the temperature 1°C is not the same as the temperature 1 K. But a change in temperature of 1°C is the same as a change in temperature of 1 K.

    0° C = 273 K

    1° C = 274 K

    2° C = 275 K

    3° C = 276 K

    etc.

  • 8 years ago

    They are the same in size, but on an absolute scale, 0 C = 273 K.

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