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There is no conversion. These units are not compatible.

For water only multiply by 4.184 since 1 calorie = 4.184 joules, and 1 calorie is the amount of heat needed to raise 1gram of water 1 degree Celsius.

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15.37684 joules

I will have to work in Joules, then convert.q(Joules) = mass * specific heat * change in temperatureq = (450 grams)(4.180 J/gC)(85.5 C - 80.5 C)= 9405 Joules==========9405 Joules (1 calorie/4.184 Joules)= 225 calories------------------

3.8 x 10^5 Joules

To convert temperatures in kelvins to degrees Celsius, subtract 273.15.

If you convert 97.5 degrees Fahrenheit into Celsius you have 36.38 degrees Celsius.

17.77 degrees Celsius

323.888 degrees celsius

100 degrees Celsius = 212 degrees Fahrenheit

60 degrees Fahrenheit = 15.5555556 degrees Celsius

350 degrees Fahrenheit = 176.6 degrees Celsius.

To convert from Celsius to Kelvin, you add 273. To convert from Kelvin to Celsius, you subtract 273.

17 degrees Celsius = 62.6 degrees Fahrenheit

5 degrees Fahrenheit = -15 degrees Celsius

3 degrees Fahrenheit = -16.1111111 degrees Celsius

220 Kelvin is -53.15 degrees Celsius.

To convert from degrees Celsius to degrees Kelvin, add 273.15. In this instance:4 + 273.15 = 277.15Therefore, 4 degrees Celsius is equal to 277.15 degrees Kelvin.

103 degrees Fahrenheit = 39.5 degrees celsius

37.1 degrees Celsius is 98.78 degrees Fahrenheit.

39 degrees Celsius is 102.2 degrees Fahrenheit.

82 degrees Fahrenheit is 27.778 degrees Celsius.

27.5 degrees Celsius is 81.5 degrees Fahrenheit.

39 degrees Celsius = 102.2 degrees Fahrenheit

3.3 degrees celsius is 37.94 degrees fahrenheit.

112 degrees Fahrenheit = 44.44 degrees Celsius

50 degrees Fahrenheit = 10 degrees Celsius