Start by taking the number in Celsius and multiply it by 9. Then divide that number by 5, and then add 32. This is how you convert Celsius to Fahrenheit or use the equation F = (9/5)C + 32
In this case, the answer is about -459.67 degrees Fahrenheit.
-273 degrees Celsius is -459.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
-459.4 Fahrenheit 0.15 Kelvin 0.27 Rankine
It is equal to 1 atmosphere or about 29.92 inches of mercury.
30 Celsius is hotter than 30 Fahrenheit. 30F is equal to -1C. 30C is equal to 86F.
In a neutral atom, protons and electrons are always equal.
28 degrees Celsius is equal to a temperature of 82.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
The atomic number is equal to the protons and electrons of an element.
That's called 'absolute zero'.
Kalvin (K). 0K = -273C
On a molecular or atomic scale NOTHING is at rest unless it is at absolute zero - -273C
The Mass of a substance will not change with a reduction of temperature … even to -273C.
At absolute zero Kelvin there is NO gas phase possible.
The Kelvin scale is zero at Absolute Zero ! Absolute Zero is -273C, hence add the Celsius figure to 273 to get the Kelvin figure
Temperature is the vibration of particles.In a true vacuum there are no particles.Therefore, a true vacuum cannot have a temperature other than 0K (approx-273C) i.e. absolute zero
Absolute zero (-273C) is the lowest temperature possible. At this temperature air would be a solid and as such you could not breath it. However, even at much higher temperatures the moisture in your lungs would freeze and in doing sodestroy the lung material causing you to die. So the answer is no!
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