The metal cadmium becomes superconducting at temperatures below 0.56.K
Calculate the temperature at which cadmium becomes superconducting in degrees Celsius. Be sure your answer has the correct number of significant digits.
MY ANSWER: -272.59 CELCIUS
BUT IS THAT THE CORRECT SCI DIGIT?
IS IT .... -272*10^5? OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT??
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