# -273.15 celsius is the temperature of absolute zero?

Yes. -273.15 degrees Celsius is absolute zero, and on the Kelvin scale, absolute zero is 0K.

### What is half the temperature of 19 degrees Celsius?

Half of the temperature means half-way from the present value down to Absolute Zero. Absolute zero is -273.15 Celsius. Your present temperature is (273.15 + 19) = 292.15 Celsius degrees above Absolute Zero. Half of that is (292.15 / 2) = 146.075 Celsius degrees above Absolute Zero. Two ways you can refer to that temperature: > minus 127.075 degrees Celsius > 146.075 Kelvins

### What temperature is absolute zero in degrees K?

Kelvin (K) is actually the same scale as Celsius (C), but whereas Celsius is set such that zero Celsius is the freezing point of water, the Kelvin scale is set such that zero Kelvin is absolute zero, which is the temperature at which all kinetic. Absolute zero is zero degrees Kelvin, at which point there is no kinetic activity in a molecule or atom. There are presently no theoretical means of achieving absolute zero.

### The temperature -273 degrees Celsius is called?

That is called "absolute zero". It is the starting point of the Kelvin temperature scale. That is called "absolute zero". It is the starting point of the Kelvin temperature scale. That is called "absolute zero". It is the starting point of the Kelvin temperature scale. That is called "absolute zero". It is the starting point of the Kelvin temperature scale.