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.

The lower limit of temperature -459.69°F ( 0301)

Is the temperature where atomic motion ceases.

Temperature at which molecules and atoms have a zero average kinetic energy. It corresponds to 0 K on the Kelvin scale, -273.16o C on the Celsius (centigrade) scale, and -459.69o F on the Fahrenheit scale.

The lowest theoretical temperature (0K = -273.16°C) where all molecular activity ceases.

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 at constant pressure would vanish. All real gases become liquid or solid at sufficiently low temperatures and maintain a finite volume. Absolute zero on the Kelvin scale corresponds to âˆ’273.15Â°C.

The lowest temperature theoretically attainable on the Kelvin scale . Approximately -273.16o C Absolute humidity - The humidity of the air measured buy the number of grains of water vapor present in one cubic meter of air.

a hypothetical temperature at which there is a 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 zero.

The lowest possible temperature. The Kelvin temperature scale sets its zero point at absolute zero (-273.15° on the Celsius scale, or -459.4° Fahrenheit).

The theoretical limit to how cold any given system can be. It is the point that all atomic and molecular motion ceases.

Zero on the thermodynamic temperature scale, or 0 K (kelvin), where a substance has minimum internal energy, and is the coldest possible temperature.

The temperature at which all molecular motion ceases. This is the lowest theoretically possible temperature.

the temperature at which substances possess no thermal energy, equal to -273.15°C, or -459.67°F.

0 Kelvin (-273o C); the temperature at which all molecular movement ceases.

A temperature of -273°C (or 0° K), where all molecular motion stops.

A total absence of heat where molecular motion ceases at approx. -460 degrees Fahrenheit (or -273 degrees Celsius).

The lowest possible temperature in the universe, at which all atomic activity ceases. Equal to -273 degrees Celsius (- 459 degrees Fahrenheit). Used as a benchmark for measuring temperature.

Theoretical temperature at which all molecular activity stops. Deep space is about 3Âº C above Absolute Zero.

The state in which molecules of matter are not moving at all. Though scientists have come very close to cooling matter that far, they cannot reach it. The temperature at which matter would reach absolute zero is -273° Celsius (or 0° Kelvin).

The temperature at which all molecular motion ceases, equal to -459.67° F. or -273.16° C.

Absolute zero (0 K) corresponds to âˆ’273.15Â°C or âˆ’459.67Â°F.

The minimum point in the thermodynamic temperature scale (-273.16ºC or -459.69ºF).

Absolute zero is the lowest possible temperature: âˆ’273 Â°C. At this temperature all particles stop moving, and gases exert no pressure at all. Particles of Matter

(1) This is the temperature at which the volume of an ideal gas would become zero. The value calculated from the limited value of the coefficient of expansion of various real gases is 273.15°C.(2) The temperature at which all thermal (molecular) motion ceases; zero point in absolute temperature scale equal to -273.15°C or 459.69°F. Absolute temperature T is given by the equation: 1/2 MV AV 2 = 3/2 kT

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 -273Â° C and -460Â° F.

the coldest theoretical temperature, equal to 0 kelvin (-459.67Â° F or -273.15Â° C)

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.

The temperature at which substances possess minimal energy. Absolute zero is 0° Kelvin or 0° Rankine and is estimated to be -459.67° F (-273.15° C).

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).

The lowest temperature on the absolute or Kelvin scale, equal to -459.7 degrees F.

The coldest possible temperature at which all molecular motion ceases. It is expressed in degrees Kelvin as measured from absolute zero. Zero degrees Kelvin equals minus 273.16 °C or minus 459 °F.

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¡ÆC on the Celsius scale, and -459.67¡ÆF on the Fahrenheit scale.

459.67°F or -273.15°C or 0 Kelvin. The temperature where thermal energy is at minimum.

A hypothetical temperature characterized by a complete absence of heat and defined as 0K, â€‘273.15Â°C, or â€‘459.67Â°F.

Temperature at which thermal energy is at a minimum. Defined as 0 Kelvin, calculated to be -273.15°C or -459.67°F.

The theoretical temperature at which materials have no thermal energy (and presumably would not deteriorate). Equal to -273.15° C. (-459.67° F.).

The minimum point on the thermodynamic temperature scale (-459.69°F or -273.16°C).

The lowest possible temperature. The temperature at which particles in a material, atoms or molecules, contain no energy of motion that can be extracted from a body.

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.

Theoretically, the lowest possible temperature. A body at absolute zero would have no molecular motion or heat energy. It is the zero point on the Kelvin and Rankine scales, and is estimated to be -273.15ºC or -459.67ºF.

The theoretical lowest temperature possible at which all molecular motion ceases. Absolute zero, 0 K or -273.15°C, has never been reached.

The lowest temperature theoretically attainable (at which the kinetic energy of atoms and molecules is minimal); 0 Kelvin or -273.15 centigrade or -459.67 Fahrenheit.

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.

A theoretical lowest possible temperature, at which all molecular motion ceases, calculated to be exactly minus 273.15Â°Centigrade or minus 459.67Â° Fahrenheit.

The lowest point on any temperature scale, the temperature at which all (non-quantum mechanical) motion ceases; hence absolute zero occurs at -273 degrees on the centigrade (Celsius) scale and -459.7 degrees on the Fahrenheit scale.

The temperature at which all heat action ceases, -273.16oC (-459.69oF).

the lowest temperature possible, 0 Kelvin or -273°C. Absolute zero is the temperature where all molecular movement would stop and zero energy would be present. Absolute zero can never be reached.

The lowest theoretical temperature a material can have, where the molecules that make up the material have no kinetic energy. Absolute zero is reached at K or â€“273

Absolute zero is the lowest possible temperature where nothing could be colder, and no heat energy remains in a substance. Absolute zero is the point at which molecules do not move (relative to the rest of the body) more than they are required to by a quantum mechanical effect called zero-point energy.

Absolute Zero is a 1978 novel by Helen Cresswell, the second book in the Bagthorpe Saga.

The total absence of heat when all molecular motion ceases, which is approximately–460º F (-273º C).

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