Determine the kelvin temperature for each of the following:

(a) human body temperature;

(b) the boiling point of water (at the standard pressure of 1 atm);

(c) the coldest day you can remember;

(d) the boiling point of liquid nitrogen (−196°C);

(e) the melting point of lead (327°C).

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In the given problem, we need to calculate the temperature in kelvin scale using the given different temperatures in celsius scale under different conditions.

To convert from Celsius to Kelvin scale,+ 273.15

Where and are the temperatures in kelvin and celsius scales respectively.

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(a) human body temperature;

The human body temperature in celsius scale is

To convert into kelvin using above equation,

+ 273.15

Therefore, the human body temperature in kelvin scale is .

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(b) the boiling point of water (at the standard pressure of 1 atm);

The boiling point temperature of water in celsius scale is

To convert into kelvin using above equation,

100 + 273.15

Therefore, the boiling point temperature of water in kelvin scale is .