# Newton to Kelvins Converter

Enter the temperature in Newton below to get the value converted to kelvins.

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## How to Convert Newton to Kelvins

Convert degrees Newton to kelvins with this simple formula:

Insert the [°N] temperature measurement in the formula and then solve to find the result.

**For example,** let's convert 50 °N to kelvins:

50 °N = ( 50 × 100 / 33 + 273.15 ) = 424.665152 K

The Newton scale and Kelvins are both used to measure temperature. Read on to learn more about each of them.

## What is Newton?

The Newton scale is a temperature scale that sets a fixed zero point equal to the freezing point water. The scale uses both arithmetic progression and geometric progression. The scale defines 18 reference points and the corresponding "degrees of heat" and geometric progressions.

Newton can be abbreviated as *N*; for example, 1 degree Newton can be written as 1 °N.

Learn more about Newton.

## What is a Kelvin?

The Kelvin scale is an absolute temperature scale that uses absolute zero as the starting point. The kelvin is defined in terms of the Boltzmann constant, which is a measure of the energy of motion corresponding to one kelvin.

More specifically, one kelvin is equal to the change of thermodynamic temperature that results in a change of thermal energy kT by 1.380649 × 10^{−23} J.^{[1]}

0 kelvins are equal to −273.15 degrees Celsius, which is the point of absolute zero.

The kelvin is the SI base unit for temperature in the metric system. Kelvins can be abbreviated as *K*; for example, 1 kelvin can be written as 1 K.

The kelvin scale is different from other temperature scales in that it is not expressed in degrees, values are expressed in kelvins. When using the Kelvin scale in writing, the "k" is capitalized, however when using the kelvin as a unit the "k" should be lower-case, even though it is named for a person.

### Important Temperatures In Kelvins

Temperature | Kelvins |
---|---|

Absolute Zero | 0 K |

Freezing Point of Water | 273.15 K |

Triple Point of Water | 273.16 K |

Boiling Point of Water | 373.15 K |

Learn more about kelvins.

## Newton to Kelvin Conversion Table

Newton | Kelvins |
---|---|

-90.14 °N | 0 K |

-50 °N | 121.63 K |

-40 °N | 151.94 K |

-30 °N | 182.24 K |

-20 °N | 212.54 K |

-10 °N | 242.85 K |

0 °N | 273.15 K |

10 °N | 303.45 K |

20 °N | 333.76 K |

30 °N | 364.06 K |

40 °N | 394.36 K |

50 °N | 424.67 K |

60 °N | 454.97 K |

70 °N | 485.27 K |

80 °N | 515.57 K |

90 °N | 545.88 K |

100 °N | 576.18 K |

110 °N | 606.48 K |

120 °N | 636.79 K |

130 °N | 667.09 K |

140 °N | 697.39 K |

150 °N | 727.7 K |

160 °N | 758 K |

170 °N | 788.3 K |

180 °N | 818.6 K |

190 °N | 848.91 K |

200 °N | 879.21 K |

300 °N | 1,182 K |

400 °N | 1,485 K |

500 °N | 1,788 K |

600 °N | 2,091 K |

700 °N | 2,394 K |

800 °N | 2,697 K |

900 °N | 3,000 K |

1,000 °N | 3,303 K |

## References

- International Bureau of Weights and Measures, The International System of Units, 9th Edition, 2019, https://www.bipm.org/documents/20126/41483022/SI-Brochure-9-EN.pdf