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In a workshop today, we were using the formula u = 3/2 nRT. For R we used 8.314 J/K*mol but for T, we used degrees celsius. I'm wondering how the constant can be in K, but the T can be in celsius and how the units work out in this regard.
The units are essentially same in the essence that the difference between two Celsius values is the same as the difference between two Kelvin values. You can easily use Celsius if you are looking for delta T and get your answer with its units in Kelvin.
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