Imagine you’re standing on the surface of a perfect crystalline solid at 0 Kelvin.
It’s white, it’s perfect, there’s no imperfections, there’s no dents, there’s nothing; absolutely perfect. 94 more words
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A two-step cooling process using lasers has allowed physicists to push molecules of calcium monofluoride down to a record low temperature, busting a barrier that until now has been impassable.
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If you were an honest critic who valued his time, you’d give this thing a rating of absolute zero. That’s negative four hundred and fifty nine and two third degrees Fahrenheit, and a fitting scale of measure for how bad it is because it’s the worst film of all time. 530 more words
The third law of thermodynamics finally gets its proof.
After more than 100 years of debate featuring the likes of Einstein himself, physicists have finally offered up mathematical proof of the third law of thermodynamics, which states that a temperature of absolute zero cannot be physically achieved because it’s impossible for the entropy (or disorder) of a system to hit zero. 946 more words