Conversion of temperature from K to oC
- The degree or intensity of the heat present in a substance or a system is represented by the temperature, which is displayed on a thermometer and expressed on a comparative scale.
- That is to say, the temperature is a term used to indicate how hot or cold a body is and is expressed in Celsius, Kelvin, and Fahrenheit.
- The amount of heat emitted or absorbed controls how much the temperature varies. The SI temperature unit is Kelvin.
Step 1: Given Value
The temperature is listed as 293K in Kelvin.
Step 2: Formula for Kelvin to Celsius conversion
T(oC) = T(K) - 273.1
Step 3: Temperature conversion from a given value to Celsius
T(oC) = T(K) - 273.15
= 293 - 273.15
= 19.85 oC
The needed temperature is therefore 19.85oC in Celsius.
Convert the following temperatures to the Celsius scale of 293 K
293 K is equal to 19.85 oC in Celsius. Celsius, Kelvin, and Fahrenheit are the units which are used to explain how hot or cold a body is. The heat quantity released or absorbed explains how much a temperature varies.