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absolute zerothe lowest possible temperature, where all molecular activity theoretically ceases. 456.69°F or 273.15°C.

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absolute zeroTemperature of 273.15° Celsius. At this temperature atomic motion stops.

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absolute zeroThe 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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absolute zerothe 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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absolute zeroThe 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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absolute zeroThe 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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absolute zeroA temperature of 273ºC, 460ºF, or 0ºK. Theoretically, there is no molecular motion at this temperature.

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absolute zerohypothetical 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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absolute zeroThe 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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absolute zeroThe coldest possible temperature, at which all molecular motion stops. On the Kelvin temperature scale, this temperature is the zeropoint (0 K), which is equivalent to 273°C and 460°F.

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absolute zeroCharacteristic of a scale of measurement that contains a point where the scale has no value.

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absolute zeroTemperature 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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absolute zeroThe 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 zeroAbsolute 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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absolute zeroThe 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 zeroAbsolute 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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absolute zeroThe lowest theoretical temperature (0K = 273.16°C) where all molecular activity ceases.

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absolute zeroThe lowest possible temperature, equivalent to 273.15 °C. Used as the zero point of the Kelvin temperature scale.

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absolute zeroThe temperature of  273.16 or 0 K at which molecular motion vanishes.

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absolute zero[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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absolute zerotemperature 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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absolute zeroThe 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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absolute zeroThe theoretical lowest temperature possible, which occurs when all random motion of molecules has ceased

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absolute zeroIf 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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absolute zeroZero 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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absolute zeroThe lowest point on the Kelvin scale (Lessons 19, 31)

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absolute zerothe 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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absolute zeroThe temperature at which molecular activity theoretically ceases. 456.69 oF or 273.16 oC.

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absolute zeroThe temperature at which molecular activity theoretically ceases.

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absolute zeroThe 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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absolute zeroThe temperature where all movement stops even on a molecular level, it is also lowest temperature on the Kelvin scale.

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absolute zerothe temperature at which all possible heat has been removed from an object.

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absolute zeroAbsolute 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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absolute zeroThe 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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absolute zeroThe 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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absolute zeroThe 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 zeroAbsolute 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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absolute zeroThe minimum point on the thermodynamic temperature scale: 0°K, 459.69°F or 273.16°C.

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absolute zeroThe 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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absolute zero the lowest theoretically possible temperature

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absolute zero<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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absolute zeroThe temperature at which all motion will cease. 0 Kelvin or 273.15oC.

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absolute zeroThe minimum point on the thermodynamic temperature scale: 0°K, 459.69°F or 273.16°C.

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absolute zeroThe temperature at which molecular activity theoretically ceases. 456.69 °F or 273.16 °C.

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absolute zeroThe 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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absolute zeroThe coldest possible temperature, at which all molecular motion stops. On the Kelvin temperature scale, this temperature is the zeropoint (0 K), which is equivalent to 273°C and 460°F.

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absolute zeroThe 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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absolute zeroThe temperature at which all molecular motion ceases, equal to 459.67 degrees Fahrenheit or 273.16 degrees Celsius.

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absolute zeroThe 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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absolute zeroConsidered 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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absolute zeroConsidered 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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absolute zeroConsidered to be the point at which theoretically no molecular activity exists or the temperature

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absolute zeroConsidered 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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absolute zeroA 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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absolute zeroThe temperature where thermal energy is at minimum. 273.15°C or 0 Kelvin.

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absolute zeroThe 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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absolute zeroA hypothetical temperature characterized by a complete absence of heat and defined as 0K, 273.15°C, or 459.67°F.

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