British physicist who defined a temperature scale. The zero point of the scale is the physically absolute and really not reachable zero point where the particles do not have any more kinematic energy. This point lies at -273,15 °C. The measuring unit is [K]. Intervals on the Kelvin scale are identic to the Celsius scale. [K] is the SI unit for temperatures since 1968.

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