# Kelvin to Réaumur (K to ºRé)

## Kelvin to Réaumur (K to ºRé) conversion calculator

Réaumur to Kelvin (ºRé to K) (Swap units)

273.15K = 0ºRé

Accuracy

Note: You can increase or decrease the accuracy of this answer by selecting the number of significant figures required from the options above the result.

### Kelvin to Réaumur (K to ºRé) formula

Réaumur = (Kelvin - 273.15) / 1.25

### 273.15 Kelvin to Réaumur calculation

Réaumur = (Kelvin - 273.15) / 1.25

Réaumur = (273.15 - 273.15) / 1.25

Réaumur = 0 / 1.25

Réaumur = 0

Kelvin is an absolute temperature measurement defined in the International System of Units (SI). It is named after the Scottish physicist William Thomson (Lord Kelvin) who studied the field of thermodynamics. The Kelvin scale is based on absolute zero; the point at which all molecular motion ceases.

Unlike most other temperature scales, Kelvin does not have degrees as it is not a relative scale. The Kelvin scale is often used in physics, chemistry, and cosmology.

One advantage of Kelvin is that it does not have negative values making some calculations easier. This is useful in science calculations involving gases as it relates to the kinetic energy of molecules.

Réaumur was widely used in Europe in the past but is now rarely seen. The Réaumur scale was named after the French physicist René Antoine Ferchault de Réaumur who developed it in the early 18th century. The freezing point of water is 0°Ré and the boiling point 80°Ré. This scale has been almost completely replaced by the Celsius scale.

Despite the Réaumur scale no longer being used, it had a significant impact in the history of temperature measurement.

Starting value
Increment
Accuracy
Kelvin
Réaumur
0K
-218.52000ºRé
1K
-217.72000ºRé
2K
-216.92000ºRé
3K
-216.12000ºRé
4K
-215.32000ºRé
5K
-214.52000ºRé
6K
-213.72000ºRé
7K
-212.92000ºRé
8K
-212.12000ºRé
9K
-211.32000ºRé
10K
-210.52000ºRé
11K
-209.72000ºRé
12K
-208.92000ºRé
13K
-208.12000ºRé
14K
-207.32000ºRé
15K
-206.52000ºRé
16K
-205.72000ºRé
17K
-204.92000ºRé
18K
-204.12000ºRé
19K
-203.32000ºRé
Kelvin
Réaumur
20K
-202.52000ºRé
21K
-201.72000ºRé
22K
-200.92000ºRé
23K
-200.12000ºRé
24K
-199.32000ºRé
25K
-198.52000ºRé
26K
-197.72000ºRé
27K
-196.92000ºRé
28K
-196.12000ºRé
29K
-195.32000ºRé
30K
-194.52000ºRé
31K
-193.72000ºRé
32K
-192.92000ºRé
33K
-192.12000ºRé
34K
-191.32000ºRé
35K
-190.52000ºRé
36K
-189.72000ºRé
37K
-188.92000ºRé
38K
-188.12000ºRé
39K
-187.32000ºRé
Kelvin
Réaumur
40K
-186.52000ºRé
41K
-185.72000ºRé
42K
-184.92000ºRé
43K
-184.12000ºRé
44K
-183.32000ºRé
45K
-182.52000ºRé
46K
-181.72000ºRé
47K
-180.92000ºRé
48K
-180.12000ºRé
49K
-179.32000ºRé
50K
-178.52000ºRé
51K
-177.72000ºRé
52K
-176.92000ºRé
53K
-176.12000ºRé
54K
-175.32000ºRé
55K
-174.52000ºRé
56K
-173.72000ºRé
57K
-172.92000ºRé
58K
-172.12000ºRé
59K
-171.32000ºRé
Kelvin
Réaumur
60K
-170.52000ºRé
61K
-169.72000ºRé
62K
-168.92000ºRé
63K
-168.12000ºRé
64K
-167.32000ºRé
65K
-166.52000ºRé
66K
-165.72000ºRé
67K
-164.92000ºRé
68K
-164.12000ºRé
69K
-163.32000ºRé
70K
-162.52000ºRé
71K
-161.72000ºRé
72K
-160.92000ºRé
73K
-160.12000ºRé
74K
-159.32000ºRé
75K
-158.52000ºRé
76K
-157.72000ºRé
77K
-156.92000ºRé
78K
-156.12000ºRé
79K
-155.32000ºRé