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January 3rd, 2017, 04:14 AM   #1
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conversion of entropy

Are two units kj/kg.k and kj/kg.c equal?(about unit of entropy)
why?
I got in trouble to calculate the entropy unit?

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Always use Kelvin for temperature units because Celsius is not an SI unit. Celsius should be seldom used unless you're quoting a temperature in Celsius (like T= 25 $\displaystyle ^o$C)
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Without any doubt entropy is kJ/K. Note entropy is an extensive quantity.

The units you wrote do not correspond to entropy, but to specific entropy with units kJ/kg.K.

As advised above one should always use the Kelvin units for temperature. When units are in denominator we indeed are using corresponding delta value of unit magnitude on a given scale. This fact needs to be always kept in mind.
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