Temperature in physics can be defined as the measure of the kinetic energy of a particle
Temperature is one of the common units which are used on daily basis. So, if we summaries the definition of temperature in normal words then it will be “The degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment.”
Maximum value of temperature is not defined, but absolute value of temperature is -273.15 °C or 0 Kelvin
Formulas to convert between units of temperature are as follows:
Celsius to Fahrenheit:
°F = °C * 9 / 5 + 32
For Example: What is value of 10°C in °F?
10°C * 9 / 5 + 32 = 50°F
Fahrenheit to Celsius:
°C = 5 * (°F – 32) / 9
For Example: What is value of 10°F in °C?
5 * (10°F – 32) / 9 = -12.222222222222221°C
Celsius to Kelvin:
Kelvin = °C + 273.15
For Example: What is value of 10°C in Kelvin?
10 °C + 273.15 = 283.15 K
Conversion Table: Temperature Conversion Table