# Temperature Interval Converter- degree Fahrenheit [°F] To kelvin [K]

Convert degree Fahrenheit [°F] to kelvin [K] quickly and accurately with our convenient online Temperature Interval Converter tools

Please provide values below to convert degree Fahrenheit [°F] To kelvin [K], or vice versa.

degree Fahrenheit [°F]

kelvin [K]

**Result:**

## degree Fahrenheit [°F]

## kelvin [K]

### Definition:

The kelvin is the SI unit of temperature. It is defined as the fraction 1/273.16 of the thermodynamic temperature of the triple point of water.

### History/Origin:

The kelvin was first proposed in 1848 by William Thomson (Lord Kelvin) as a scale of temperature based on the thermodynamic properties of gases.

### Current use:

The kelvin is widely used in science and engineering for measuring temperature. It is the primary unit of temperature in the International System of Units (SI).

## Complete list of Temperature Interval Converter units for conversion

- 1 kelvin [K] = 1 kelvin [K]

kelvin [K] To kelvin [K], kelvin [K] To kelvin [K] - 1 degree Celsius [°C] = 1 kelvin [K]

degree Celsius [°C] To kelvin [K], kelvin [K] To degree Celsius [°C] - 1 degree centigrade [°C] = 1 kelvin [K]

degree centigrade [°C] To kelvin [K], kelvin [K] To degree centigrade [°C] - 1 degree Fahrenheit [°F] = 0.5555555556 kelvin [K]

degree Fahrenheit [°F] To kelvin [K], kelvin [K] To degree Fahrenheit [°F] - 1 degree Rankine [°R] = 0.5555555556 kelvin [K]

degree Rankine [°R] To kelvin [K], kelvin [K] To degree Rankine [°R] - 1 degree Reaumur [°r] = 1.25 kelvin [K]

degree Reaumur [°r] To kelvin [K], kelvin [K] To degree Reaumur [°r]