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the lowest possible temperature, where all molecular activity theoretically ceases. -456.69°F or -273.15°C.
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Temperature of -273.15° Celsius. At this temperature atomic motion stops.
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The temperature at which the volume of an ideal gas becomes zero; a theoretical coldest temperature that can be approached but never reached. Absolute zero is zero on the Kelvin scale, -273.15°C on t [..]
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the idea dates back to 1702 and its general value was guessed to within a few degrees soon thereafter, but not precisely discovered until Lord Kelvin's work in 1848. It was known by many names, s [..]
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The lowest temperature possible, equivalent to -273.15°C (or 0° on the absolute Kelvin scale), at which point atoms cease to move altogether and molecular energy is minimal. The idea that it is impo [..]
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The temperature at which the motion of all atoms and molecules stops and no heat is given off. Absolute zero is reached at 0 degrees Kelvin or -273.16 degrees Celsius.
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A temperature of -273ºC, -460ºF, or 0ºK. Theoretically, there is no molecular motion at this temperature.
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hypothetical coldest possible temperature where all molecular motion stops (-273.16 degrees Celsius and -459.69 degrees Fahrenheit). Also called zero Kelvin.
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The zero point of the Kelvin temperature scale, of fundamental significance in thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. It is the linearly extrapolated temperature at which the volume of an ideal gas [..]
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The coldest possible temperature, at which all molecular motion stops. On the Kelvin temperature scale, this temperature is the zero-point (0 K), which is equivalent to -273°C and -460°F.
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Characteristic of a scale of measurement that contains a point where the scale has no value.
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Temperature at which thermal energy is at a minimum. Defined as 0 Kelvin or 0 Rankine (-273.15 °C or -459.67°F).
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The lowest temperature ever reachable in the Universe: 0 Kelvin (0K), equivalent to minus 273 degrees Celsius (-273 oC). In laboratories on Earth physicists can get very close to that temperature, but it is impossible to achieve the absolute zero.
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Absolute zero is the lowest possible state at which matter can exist, 0 K or -273.15°C.Return to the Chemistry Glossary Index
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The zero point on the absolute temperature scale. It is equal to -273.16 degrees C, or 0 degrees K (Kelvin), or -459.69 degrees F, or 0 degrees R (Rankine).
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Absolute zero is the presence of a true zero on a number scale. A scale with absolute zero is the most informative and accurate scale to use for measurement, but only a ratio scale has an absolute zer [..]
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The lowest theoretical temperature (0K = -273.16°C) where all molecular activity ceases.
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The lowest possible temperature, equivalent to -273.15 °C. Used as the zero point of the Kelvin temperature scale.
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The temperature of - 273.16 or 0 K at which molecular motion vanishes.
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[noun] The theoretical lowest temperature possible at which all molecular motion ceases. Absolute zero, 0 K or -273.15°C, has never been reached. Appears in modules:
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temperature at which molecular energy is at a minimum (0 K on the Kelvin scale or -273.16oC on the Celsius scale) absorption (absorb) -
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The temperature of a body at which the kinetic energy of its molecules is at a minimum; OoK or -273.16 oC.
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The theoretical lowest temperature possible, which occurs when all random motion of molecules has ceased
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If we cool a substance, its molecules move less. Absolute zero is the temperature at which molecular activity is at a minimum; it is the lowest possible temperature theoretically achievable by a syste [..]
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Zero on the thermodynamic temperature scale, or 0 K (kelvin), where a substance has minimum internal energy, and is the coldest possible temperature. It is equal to -273.15 degrees Celsius.
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The lowest point on the Kelvin scale (Lessons 19, 31)
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the lowest temperature that can possibly be reached in our Universe. Scientists have gotten very close to reaching absolute zero but it is impossible to reach it.
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The temperature at which molecular activity theoretically ceases. -456.69 oF or -273.16 oC.
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The temperature at which molecular activity theoretically ceases.
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The temperature at which all molecular motion ceases. This occurs at the zero point on the absolute temperature scale, which is at 0 Kelvin. This is equivalent to minus 273.16 degrees on the Celsius scale.
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The temperature where all movement stops even on a molecular level, it is also lowest temperature on the Kelvin scale.
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the temperature at which all possible heat has been removed from an object.
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Absolute zero is -273.15 ° C (0 K = -459.69 ° F). No object emits infrared energy at a temperature above absolute zero, in which case it means that they do not emit any infrared radiation.
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The temperature at which the volume of gas becomes zero and all thermal motion ceases. This temperature is generally believed to be –273.16º C.
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The temperature at which all molecular motion ceases. Designated 0K on the Kelvin or Absolute scale or -273.15 on the Celsius scale.
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The temperature at which significant molecular activity stops. Absolute zero is commonly used by scientists who study what happens to things when they become very cold and is measured as 0 degrees Kel [..]
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Absolute zero is that temperature at which molecular motion stops. It is the lowest temperature possible. There is no more heat in the substance at this point.
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The minimum point on the thermodynamic temperature scale: 0°K, -459.69°F or -273.16°C.
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The lowest point in the Kelvin temperature scale. 0°K = - 459.67°F or -273.15°C in the Farenheit or Celsius temperature scales, respectively.
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 the lowest theoretically possible temperature
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<chemistry, physics> This is the lowest possible temperature (0 Kelvin, -273.15 degrees Celsius, -459.67 degrees Fahrenheit). at this temperature, all molecular motion stops. (15 Jan 1998)
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The temperature at which all motion will cease.  0 Kelvin or -273.15oC.
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The minimum point on the thermodynamic temperature scale: 0°K, -459.69°F or -273.16°C.
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The temperature at which molecular activity theoretically ceases. -456.69 °F or -273.16 °C.
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The international community agreed to define absolute zero as equivalent to −273.15°C on the Celsius scale or−459.67°F on the Fahrenheit scale. It is the theoretical temperature entropy reaches [..]
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The coldest possible temperature, at which all molecular motion stops. On the Kelvin temperature scale, this temperature is the zero-point (0 K), which is equivalent to -273°C and -460°F.
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The temperature at which (theoretically) there is no molecular/atomic motion. (-273°C or -460°F). Absolute zero is the lowest possibly attainable temperature.
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The temperature at which all molecular motion ceases, equal to -459.67 degrees Fahrenheit or -273.16 degrees Celsius.
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The theoretical temperature at which a body does not emit electromagnetic radiation and all molecular activity ceases (usually some subatomic activity takes place); 0 K.
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Considered to be the point at which theoretically no molecular activity exists or the temperature at which the volume of a perfect gas vanishes. The value is 0° Kelvin, -273.15° Celsius and -459.67° Fahrenheit.
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Considered to be the point at which theoretically no molecular activity exists or the temperature at which the volume of a perfect gas vanishes. It is also the zero point of the Kelvin Temperature Sca [..]
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Considered to be the point at which theoretically no molecular activity exists or the temperature
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Considered to be the point at which theoretically no molecular activity exists or the temperature at which the volume of a perfect gas vanishes. The value is 0° Kelvin, -273.15° Celsius and -459.67° Fahrenheit.
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A hypothetical temperature at which there is total absence of heat. Since heat is a result of energy caused by molecular motion, there is no motion of molecules with respect to each other at absolute [..]
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The temperature where thermal energy is at minimum. -273.15°C or 0 Kelvin.
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The coldest possible temperature, at which all molecular motion stops. On the Kelvin temperature scale, this temperature is the zero point (0 K), which is equivalent to –273° C and –460° F.
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A hypothetical temperature characterized by a complete absence of heat and defined as 0K, -273.15°C, or -459.67°F.
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