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Encyclopedia of Genetics, Genomics, Proteomics and Informatics

pp 1055-1055

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Kelvin

Temperature scale is used primarily in thermodynamics; 0° C = 273° K; the conversion between the C° and K° is: C° = K° − 273, e.g., 100 C° = 373 K° or 0 K° = −273 C°

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