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# The melting point of silver is 962°C. How do you express this temperature in kelvins?

On the "Kelvin scale", the normal freezing point of water is 273K above . The "Celsius scale" places the freezing point of water at 0 ""^@C.

And thus 962 ""^@C = (962+273)*K = ??K