What is 325 Kelvin in Degrees Celsius?
The temperature 325 K is equal to about 51.85 °C
The starting point (zero) for Kelvin is at -273.15 °C, so any temperature in Kelvin has a value 273.15 less on the Celsius scale. Similarly, Celsius temperatures are increased by that amount when expressed in kelvins. The two scales use the same size for a degree, unlike the Fahrenheit scale.
300-degrees Kelvin is equal to 27-degrees Celsius. To calculate any Celsius temperature from a Kelvin temperature, use the following equation: X degrees Celsius = Y degrees Kelvin - 273 To calculate any Kelvin temperature from a Celsius temperature, use the following equation: Y degrees Kelvin = X degrees Celsius + 273
To convert kelvin to Celsius, subtract 273.15 from kelvin. So if you are at 273.15 kelvin, you are at zero degrees Celsius. The above is almost true. 0 degrees Kelvin is equivalent to (minus) - 273.15 degrees Celsius. So you would need to add that amount to reveal the temperature in degrees Celsius.