What Should Be Added to a Celsius Scale Reading So as to Obtain the Corresponding Kelvin Scale Reading ? - Science

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What should be added to a Celsius scale reading so as to obtain the corresponding Kelvin scale reading ?

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273K has to be added to a Celsius scale reading to get the corresponding Kelvin scale reading as per the international standards.

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