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Kelvin Temperature Scale The term 'Kelvin Temperature Scale' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' An absolute temperature scale in which a change of 1 Kelvin equals a change of 1 degree Celsius; 0ēK is the lowest temperature on the Kelvin scale. The freezing point of water is +273ēK (Kelvin) and the boiling point of +373ēK. It is used primarily for scientific purposes. It is also known as the Absolute Temperature Scale'.
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