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1 Celsius to Kelvin

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Here we have everything about converting 1 degree Celsius to Kelvin,including the formula and useful information about the temperature units.

For the temperature conversion of 1 centigrade to Kelvin you may also use our calculator:

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BTW: If you change the value in the result field, then you are doing a Kelvin Celsius conversion.

In this article we use 1 degree Celsius synonym for 1 Celsius and for 1 centigrade, or using the unit symbol: 1 °C.

Nota bene, Kelvin has no degrees, so we either write, for example, 1 Kelvin, or use the symbol K do denote the scale temperature: 1 K.

1 Celsius to Kelvin Formula

The 1 Celsius to Kelvin formula is: [K] = [1] + 273.15

Thus, from this simple formula direct relationship we get:

1 °C to K = 274.15 Kelvin

Just remember that the temperature difference is 273.15, and that the value in the unit of measurement K is the bigger.

In other words, the magnitude of temperature differences is a constant independent of the temperature interval.

As a side note: The measurement by thermometers may differ from the perception of temperature (“hot”, “cold”, etc).
Here you can change 1 Kelvin to Celsius.

Convert 1 Celsius to Kelvin

To convert 1 Celsius to Kelvin simply add 273.15 to the temperature in °C:

274.15 K = 1 + 273.15.

If you like you can also use our calculator above.

Enter the temperature in Celsius, e.g. 1, in the first field using a decimal point if applicable.

Moving the bottom input spinner you may also calculate 1 degrees Kelvin to Celsius”.

Besides 1 C to K, other temperature conversions on our site include:

1 °C to K

How much is 1 Celsius in Kelvin?

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Using our search form you may also locate many temperature conversions including, but not limited to, 1 C to K.

For example, write 1 °C in absolute temperature scale.

The common temperature scales °C and °F are used to tell the temperature in daily use (e.g. the boiling temperature of water); the Celsius temperature scale (or °F) is also the the official temperature unit.

In contrast, Kelvin is the standard temperature unit for scientific purposesand the SI base unit.

Here you can convert Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit.

1 Degree Celsius to Kelvin

1 degree Celsius to Kelvin means the same as 1 centigrade to Kelvin.

Remember that the equivalence of 1 C to K is exactly 273.15 more than in degrees Celsius.

As a side note: The concept of temperature is kinetic energy of molecular motion.

1 degrees Celsius and 1 Celsius (without degrees) means the same.

For further information about the units of measurement and scales related to 1 degree C to Kelvin read our article Celsius to Kelvin.

Here we have some additional information regarding 1 °C to K, be it either the unit of measurement or scale.

Body temperatures are read in the unit of temperature C, whereas the hottest temperatures such as the surface temperature of the sun would be rather expressed in K.

A plastic thermometer. usually displays the common temperature scales Celsius and Fahrenheit. In fact, most modern thermometers do.

Yet, accurate thermometers in digital form may also ship with the option to switch between the Fahrenheit, Celsius and Kelvin temperature scales.

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Table

CelsiusKelvin
0.5 °C273.65 K
0.51 °C273.66 K
0.52 °C273.67 K
0.53 °C273.68 K
0.54 °C273.69 K
0.55 °C273.7 K
0.56 °C273.71 K
0.57 °C273.72 K
0.58 °C273.73 K
0.59 °C273.74 K
0.6 °C273.75 K
0.61 °C273.76 K
0.62 °C273.77 K
0.63 °C273.78 K
0.64 °C273.79 K
0.65 °C273.8 K
0.66 °C273.81 K
0.67 °C273.82 K
0.68 °C273.83 K
0.69 °C273.84 K
0.7 °C273.85 K
0.71 °C273.86 K
0.72 °C273.87 K
0.73 °C273.88 K
0.74 °C273.89 K
0.75 °C273.9 K
0.76 °C273.91 K
0.77 °C273.92 K
0.78 °C273.93 K
0.79 °C273.94 K
0.8 °C273.95 K
0.81 °C273.96 K
0.82 °C273.97 K
0.83 °C273.98 K
0.84 °C273.99 K
0.85 °C274 K
0.86 °C274.01 K
0.87 °C274.02 K
0.88 °C274.03 K
0.89 °C274.04 K
0.9 °C274.05 K
0.91 °C274.06 K
0.92 °C274.07 K
0.93 °C274.08 K
0.94 °C274.09 K
0.95 °C274.1 K
0.96 °C274.11 K
0.97 °C274.12 K
0.98 °C274.13 K
0.99 °C274.14 K
1 °C274.15 K
1.01 °C274.16 K
1.02 °C274.17 K
1.03 °C274.18 K
1.04 °C274.19 K
1.05 °C274.2 K
1.06 °C274.21 K
1.07 °C274.22 K
1.08 °C274.23 K
1.09 °C274.24 K
1.1 °C274.25 K
1.11 °C274.26 K
1.12 °C274.27 K
1.13 °C274.28 K
1.14 °C274.29 K
1.15 °C274.3 K
1.16 °C274.31 K
1.17 °C274.32 K
1.18 °C274.33 K
1.19 °C274.34 K
1.2 °C274.35 K
1.21 °C274.36 K
1.22 °C274.37 K
1.23 °C274.38 K
1.24 °C274.39 K
1.25 °C274.4 K
1.26 °C274.41 K
1.27 °C274.42 K
1.28 °C274.43 K
1.29 °C274.44 K
1.3 °C274.45 K
1.31 °C274.46 K
1.32 °C274.47 K
1.33 °C274.48 K
1.34 °C274.49 K
1.35 °C274.5 K
1.36 °C274.51 K
1.37 °C274.52 K
1.38 °C274.53 K
1.39 °C274.54 K
1.4 °C274.55 K
1.41 °C274.56 K
1.42 °C274.57 K
1.43 °C274.58 K
1.44 °C274.59 K
1.45 °C274.6 K
1.46 °C274.61 K
1.47 °C274.62 K
1.48 °C274.63 K
1.49 °C274.64 K
1.5 °C274.65 K
– Article written by Mark