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Grade: 10
        
The value of absolute zero temperature is -273.15°C in Celsius scale. But each degree difference in Kelvin scale is equal to 1°C. Then, -273.15+273=-0.15 and -273.15+274=0.15. But the absolute zero in Kelvin scale is 0K. How? [(-273.15+273.15)=0.]
one year ago

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Pooja
askIITians Faculty
478 Points
							Dear student,
Kelvin is the standard unit for temperature accepted world wide.
The definition of absolute zero is zero kelvin and it is a standard given by the scientists only.

also please read further at the following link
https://www.askiitians.com/revision-notes/physics/heat-phenomena/
11 months ago
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