Absolute Zero Temperature

The temperature below which the temperature of any substance can not fall, is known as absolute zero temperature.
The absolute zero temperature, for all sorts of calculations, is taken as -2730C in case of Celsius scale and -4600F in case of Fahrenheit scale.

The temperatures measured from this zero are called absolute temperature. The absolute temperature in Celsius scale is called degree Kelvin (briefly written as K), such that, K= 0C +273. Similarly, absolute temperature in Fahrenheit scale is called degrees Rankine (briefly written as R), such that, R = 0F+460

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