Temperature

# What is the temperature in degree Celsius of absolute zero?

123 ###### 2014-04-26 12:02:10

-273.15 Celsius or -459.67 Fahrenheit.

😂
0
🎃
0
🤨
0
😮
0

## Related Questions Absolute zero temperature is 0 kelvin that is -273 degree Celsius The lowest temperature (absolute zero) on the Celsius scale is -273.15&deg; Yes. -273.15 degrees Celsius is absolute zero, and on the Kelvin scale, absolute zero is 0K. Absolute Zero means zero degree kelvin which is equal to -273.15 degree Celsius in Celsius scale No. Absolute zero is -273 degrees celsius. A reading of zero celsius is the freezing point of water. The temperature of 'absolute zero' equals -273.15 degrees Celsius 0 K = -273.15 &deg;C On the Kelvin scale, absolute zero is 0 degrees Kelvin. On the Celsius scale, absolute zero is &minus;273.15 degrees Celsius.  No. On the Celsius scale, 'absolute zero' is 273 degrees lower than that. Zero kelvins is absolute zero, which is -273.15 degrees Celsius. The "Kelvin" scale, which uses the same size of degree as Celsius, but with a zero value at absolute zero. (on the Celsius scale, absolute zero is -273.15&deg; C) There are no negative temperature values on the Kelvin scale.  Absolute zero in temperature occurs at -273 deg celsius. Strictly speaking the unit for temperature is a Kelvin but a Kelvin degree is the same as a Celsius degree. It is just that the zero on the Kelvin scale is the absolute zero for thermodynamic activity whereas on the Celsius scale it is arbitrary. The reason that its like that is because -273 degrees Celsius is the temperature of absolute zero so they add 273 to the degree Celsius so that 0 degrees kelvin is absolute zero. Kelvin is the temperature in degrees Celsius above absolute zero. So 25 Kelvin is 25 degrees Celsius above absolute zero.  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 Its Kelvin temperature. The Kelvin scale starts at absolute zero and goes up. Absolute zero on the celsius scale is -273.15oC Absolute zero, or "zero Kelvins". (Picky point: The units of some other temperature scales are the Celsius degree, the Fahrenheit degree, the Rankine degree, etc. But on this particular absolute scale, the unit is the "Kelvin". The Kelvin and the Celsius degree have the same size, and the zeros of their usual scales are different by 273.15 of either one.)     No. Absolute zero - the coldest possible temperature - is minus 273.15 degrees Celsius, or 0 Kelvin.

###### Units of MeasureTemperaturePhysicsMath and ArithmeticChemistrySolid State PhysicsBiologyScience Copyright © 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.