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Calculator for the Planck Temperature
Conversion of different units of temperature to the Planck temperature.
The Planck temperature TP is 1.416764*1032 Kelvin. This is the highest theoretically possible temperature that prevailed at the moment of the Big Bang and that can be reached during the formation of a black hole.
Please enter a temperature in degrees Celsius, degrees Fahrenheit or Kelvin. The other temperatures will be calculated. The Planck temperature is calculated as a ratio to the temperature in Kelvin, because such a calculation is not possible with Celsius and Fahrenheit. ^ means to the power of.
Example: the temperature inside the sun is about 15600000 Kelvin (15.6 million). This is for the factor 10-25 lower than the Planck temperature, one tenth of a septillionth.
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