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