Room temperature in kelvin scale

Room temperature in kelvin scale
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Ziya Rehaman 1 month, 1 week ago

(K-273)/100=C/100=(F-32)/180 So, (K-273)/100=25/100=(F-32)/180 => K= 298 => F= 77

Gaurav Seth 3 months ago

The normal room temperature which would be comfortable for living is around 20 - 25° C.

In chemistry, The upper limit 25°C is taken as Standard room temperature .

We know that,
Temperature on Celsius + 273 = Temperature on Kelvin.


Now,
25°C = 25 + 273 = 298K .


Therefore, The standard room temperature in Kelvin is 298 k

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