An online tool to convert kelvin to celsius temperature, kelvin to fahrenheit converter, kelvin to rankine and reaumur scale.
Steps: How to convert from one temperature scale to another
The Kelvin scale is named after William Thompson Kelvin, a British physicist who devised it in 1848. It extends the Celsius scale down to absolute zero, a hypothetical temperature characterized by a complete absence of heat energy. Temperatures on this scale are called Kelvins (K).
Uses of Kelvin scale: The International System of Measurement uses kelvin scale for measuring temperature.
Celsius = K - 273.15
Fahrenhiet = (K x 1.8) - 459.67
Rankine = K x 1.8
Reaumer = (K - 273.15) * 0.8