WHY NEG . TEMPERATURE IS NOT POSSIBLE IN KELVIN SCALE?

Asked by  | 10th Jul, 2013, 08:52: PM

Expert Answer:

Kelvin is a temperature scale designed so that zero degrees K is defined as absolute zero (at absolute zero, a hypothetical temperature, all molecular movement stops - all actual temperatures are above absolute zero) and the size of one unit is the same as the size of one degree Celsius.
 K = C + 273.16°, F = (9/5)C + 32°

Answered by  | 10th Jul, 2013, 10:34: PM

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