Water freezes at 273 on the Kelvin scale. To covert Kelvin to Celsius, you subtract 273 from the Kelvin number, so 273 Kelvin is equal to 0 degrees Celsius, the freezing point of water.
On Kelvin scale water freezes at 273K.
The absolute (Kelvin) scale.
Zero degrees celsius (273 Kelvin)
Yes, water freeze at 32 0F (on the obsolete Fahrenheit scale).
The boiling point of water in Celsius is 100 degrees. To find Kelvin : oC + 273 = Kelvin 100 + 273 = 373 The boiling point of water on the Kelvin scale is 373 Kelvin.
Water freezes at 32ºF or 0ºC
Water freezes at 273 degrees Kelvin. This is based on a scale where zero degrees Kelvin is known as absolute zero.
Pure water, at the pressure of 1 atmosphere will freeze at 273.15 K.
At normal atmospheric pressure 273 K.
0 degrees Celsius or 32 degrees Fahrenheit or 273 Kelvin
Water freezes at 0 degree C.
No, water would freeze at 273K. It equates to 31.73 degrees Fahrenheit or -0.15 degrees Celsius.