Kelvin is the temperature unit of the SI system. The name comes from the physicist William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin, Lord Kelvin. The scale does not use degrees (°). The 0K temperature is equal to -273.15 ° C.
Celsius scale is a thermometric scale. It was named in honor of Anders Celsius, who proposed her introduction in 1742. Currently, Celsius scale is defined by absolute zero temperature and triple point water temperature.
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