25 degrees celsius equals how many kelvin?
25 degrees Celsius is 298.15 Kelvin.
Zero degrees Celsius is equal to 273.15Kelvin. The two scales have the same size of interval, but have different zero points. The zero point for the Celsius scale is the freezing point of water, whereas the zero point for the Kelvin scale is Absolute zero - the lowest possible temperature, where there is no longer any thermal energy in the system. For example 2.00 degrees Celsius equals 273.15+2.00 so 2.00 degrees Celsius equals 275.15 Kelvin