Kelvin degree = 1 Kelvin degree (thermodynamic temperature)
Try converting from "kelvin" to dF (Fahrenheit degree), dR (Rankine degree), dRe (Reaumur degree), K (Kelvin degree), or any combination of units which equate to "thermodynamic temperature" and represent absolute temperature, temperature, temperature difference, or thermodynamic temperature.
kelvin = -457.87 dF (Fahrenheit degree), 1.8 dR (Rankine degree), -217.72 dRe (Reaumur degree), 1 K (Kelvin degree), 1 thermodynamic temperature.
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