History of Kelvin Scale
The Carnot cycle was used to define an absolute temperature scale in 1848 by Lord Kelvin, which later went by the moniker Kelvin's absolute temperature scale. The zero point on the Kelvin scale is 273.15 degrees lower than it is on the Celsius scale. If the cosmos had a true origin, it is still a mystery today and probably will be for a very long time to come.
Steps to Convert Celsius to Kelvin
Step 1: It is given that
The temperature value given in Celsius is 250 C
Step 2: Now consider the formula used to convert Celsius to Kelvin
T(K) = T(0C) + 273.15
= 25 + 273.15
= 298.15 K
Therefore, the temperature on the Kelvin scale is 298.15 K
Convert the following temperatures to the Kelvin scale - 250oC.
In the Kelvin scale, the temperature 250 C is 298.15 K. Kelvin is the SI unit of temperature and the standard lower and upper point is 273 K and 373 K. The formula used to write Celsius in Kelvin is Temperature in Kelvin = Temperature in °C + 273