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Kelvin
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A temperature scale whose zero suggest is absolute zero, the temperature that 0 entropy atwhich all molecular motion stops, -273.15° C. The size of a degree Kelvin is the same as the dimension of a degree Celsius.


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The kelvin is among the seven an essential SI units and is defined as the fraction 1/273.16 the the thermodynamictemperature that the triple point of water (BIPM 1998, p.96).Absolute Temperature, pure Zero, Celsius, Fahrenheit, Rankine, Temperature
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Bureau global des Poids et Mesures. \"The worldwide System of devices (SI), 7th ed.\" 1998.

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