This is one more widely recognized base SI unit of measurement for temperature defined as Kelvin (with K as its symbol). Named after a famous British scientist W. T. Kelvin, the related scale is the thermodynamic absolute scale which uses the point at which all the atomic motion stops as an absolute zero (or the null point) which is equivalent to -273.15 °C. The Kelvin scale is usually used for doing scientific calculations or other related purposes.
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