Newton To Kelvin Conversion Chart

Newton (°n) Kelvin (k)
0 °n273.15 k
1 °n276.180303030303 k
2 °n279.21060606060604 k
3 °n282.24090909090904 k
4 °n285.2712121212121 k
5 °n288.3015151515151 k
6 °n291.33181818181816 k
7 °n294.36212121212117 k
8 °n297.3924242424242 k
9 °n300.42272727272723 k
10 °n303.4530303030303 k
11 °n306.4833333333333 k
12 °n309.51363636363635 k
13 °n312.54393939393935 k
14 °n315.5742424242424 k
15 °n318.6045454545454 k
16 °n321.6348484848485 k
17 °n324.6651515151515 k
18 °n327.69545454545454 k
19 °n330.72575757575754 k
20 °n333.7560606060606 k

Newton Scale

The Newton scale, was invented by Isaac Newton. 0 °N was defined by Newton to be the temperature of melting snow and 33 °N, the temperature of boiling water.

Kelvin Scale

Kelvin is the unit of measure for temperature adopted by the International System of Units. Absolute zero is 0 K, equivalent to -273.15 °C. Kelvin uses the same interval as Celsius. The Kelvin scale is named after Baron Kelvin of Largs, who described the need for an absolute thermometric scale in his paper "On an Absolute Thermometric Scale".