Definitions for "Absolute Zero"
Under the absolute, or Kelvin, scale of temperature (which was invented by the British mathematician and physicist William Thomas, first Baron of Kelvin), 0 K (corresponding to -273 degrees C) is the coldest possible temperature and is known as absolute zero.
Minus - 273 C. Temperature at which an ideal gas ceases to exert pressure.
The temperature (-273.15oC or 0 K) at which the volume and pressure of an ideal gas extrapolate to zero.
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Keywords:  absorber, filter
Absorb Absorber Filter