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3rd Law of Thermodynamics

3rd Law of Thermodynamics: As the temperature of a substance approaches absolute zero it’s entropy approaches zero.

The basic concept is that since heat is a result of the motion of the molecules in an object and that this motion causes those molecules to move around and spread out causing a condition of high entropy.


As an object is cooled the object molecules slow down allowing the forces between molecules to organize the molecules. At absolute zero all of the heat is removed and the molecules stop moving allowing the forces between molecules to fully organize the molecules resulting in zero entropy.

Absolute Zero

The Lowest possible limit on temperature.

0 Kelvin.

-273.15 oC

-459.67 oF

The Lowest Achieved Temperature was achieved MIT researchers in 2003.

45 nK (nano=Kelvin. ) 4.5 X 10-10 K  
0.00000000045 K 0.00000000045 oC
above absolute zero

-273.14999999955  oC

-459.66999999919  o

While it is true that absolute zero is the lowest limit on temperature, in practical application, it is not actually achievable. It is possible to get infinitely close to absolute zero but not exactly at absolute zero. It is just not possible to remove that last bit of heat form the substance being cooled.



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