Is it “kelvins” or “degrees K”?

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Lord Kelvin, 1824 to 1907.
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In many science writings, it is necessary to reference temperature in the Kelvin scale. But did you know that there are more ways to go wrong in how you pen your temperature than you have fingers to count?

One of our members put together a document describing some of these nuances that you may be interested in.

Degrees Kelvin or kelvins?

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