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&nbsp;The SI units for temperature are kelvin (K), the lowest number on the kelvin scale is 0 known as absolute zero where&nbsp; molecules will stop moving<ref>Live Science, Zimmermann KA. Kelvin Temperature Scale: Facts and History. 2013 [cited 05/12/18]; Avalible from: https://www.livescience.com/39994-kelvin.html</ref>. Other units for temperature include celsius and fahrenheit.  
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The [[SI units|SI units]] for temperature are kelvin (K), the lowest number on the [[kelvin scale|kelvin scale]] is 0 known as absolute zero where [[molecules|molecules]] will stop moving<ref>Live Science, Zimmermann KA. Kelvin Temperature Scale: Facts and History. 2013 [cited 05/12/18]; Avalible from: https://www.livescience.com/39994-kelvin.html</ref>. Other units for temperature include [[celsius|celsius]] and [[fahrenheit|fahrenheit]].<br>  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:56, 7 December 2018

The SI units for temperature are kelvin (K), the lowest number on the kelvin scale is 0 known as absolute zero where molecules will stop moving[1]. Other units for temperature include celsius and fahrenheit.

References

  1. Live Science, Zimmermann KA. Kelvin Temperature Scale: Facts and History. 2013 [cited 05/12/18]; Avalible from: https://www.livescience.com/39994-kelvin.html
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