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We can express temperature in another unit called Kelvin. To get the Temperature in Kelvin, just add \(273\) to the Temperature in Celsius. So, for example, \(50^{\circ} \mathrm{C} = \left(50 + 273 \right) \, \mathrm{K} = 323 \, \mathrm{K}\)
What is ice's melting point, expressed in Kelvin? (Recall that ice melts at \(0^{\circ} \mathrm{C}\))
  • \(0 \, \mathrm{K}\)
  • \(100 \, \mathrm{K}\)
  • \(-273 \, \mathrm{K}\)
  • \(273 \, \mathrm{K}\)