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Absolute zero is the theoretical point in [[temperature]] where all motion, even at an atomic scale, stops. (This is [[thermal energy]])
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Absolute zero is the theoretical point in [[temperature]] where all kinetic motion of an atom at an atomic scale stops. (This is [[thermal energy]])
  
  

Revision as of 14:35, 27 January 2020

Absolute zero is the theoretical point in temperature where all kinetic motion of an atom at an atomic scale stops. (This is thermal energy)


At absolute zero:

All gases have the same pressure at absolute zero.

-273.15 degrees Celsius

0 degrees Kelvin (Celsius increments)

-459.67 degrees Fahrenheit

0 degrees Rankine (Fahrenheit increment)

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