From the question "Why is the absolute zero -273.15ºC?" I understood that 1°C is the 100th part of the difference of melting and boiling temperature of water (this is my high school physics, ...
I can't find an answer of why the lowest temperature is -273.15ºC. Is it deduced theoretically or is it experimental? An explanation is that when any gas volume tends to zero, the temperature will be ...
Temperature conversion: 273 + degree Celsius = Kelvin Actually why is that 273? How does one come up with this? My teacher mentioned Gann's law (not sure if this is the one) but I couldn't find ...
Can I calculate the maximum concentration of sucrose that will dissolve in water at STP using physical constants?
I am interested in identifying the maximum solubility of sucrose in water. Can this value be estimated based on the physical properties of sucrose? Eventually I will need this in degrees Brix (%w/w). ...