A gas condensed into a liquid phase at approximately 14.6 K. What temperature, in degrees Fahrenheit does this correspond to?
This is a physics question and I am not sure how to do it.
I also had a question on this hw too.
a temperature difference of 516.5 K is equal to what difference on the celsius scale?
- NCSLv 71 month ago
For an exact conversion from Kelvin to Celsius, subtract 273.15.
For an exact conversion from Celsius to Fahrenheit, multiply by 1.8 and add 32.
Then 14.6K = -258.55 ºC
which in turn is -258.55*1.8 + 32 = -433.39 ºF
For CHANGES in temperature, 1 K = 1 ºC = 1.8ºF
- oubaasLv 71 month ago
T = -273.15+14.6 = -258.6°C
°F = °C*9/5+32
T = -258.6*9/5+32 = -433.5 °F
a temperature difference of 516.5 K is equal to the same difference on the Celsius scale
- 1 month ago
not sure, that does look complicated