Convert the temperatures - Kelvin to Celsius scale
A temperature scale based on 0° for the freezing point of water and 100° for its boiling point is called the Celsius scale, also referred to as the centigrade scale. The Swedish physicist, astronomer, and engineer Anders Celsius are credited with creating this scale and are honored by having his name placed on it.
The boiling point of water was formerly represented on the Celsius scale by 0°, and the freezing point by 100°. Later, these numbers were inverted to represent the freezing point of water as 0° and the boiling point of water as 100°. This version of the celsius scale became widely used.
Modern Celsius Scale
It is well known that the triple point of Vienna Standard Mean Ocean Water and the idea of absolute zero serve as the foundation for the contemporary Celsius scale. This suggests that the contemporary celsius scale is not defined by the boiling or melting points of water.
It should be emphasised that in terms of practical settings, the discrepancies between the formal definition of the celsius scale and the common concept of the celsius scale can be regarded as negligible. Additionally, it should be mentioned that the boiling point of water was originally calculated using different scales, and the difference between the two calculations is just 16.1 millikelvins.
Convert the following temperatures to the Celsius scale. - 300K
The temperature 300K to the Celsius scale is 26.850C. A temperature scale according to 0° for the freezing point of water and 100° for its boiling point is known as the Celsius scale, also called the centigrade scale.