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absolute zero in Temperature topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishabsolute zeroˌabsolute ˈzero noun [uncountable]  TMTthe lowest temperature that is believed to be possible
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absolute zeroWe're at one millionth of a degree above absolute zero.The catch is that it operates only at temperatures just above absolute zero.On the absolute scale of temperature, 0 K is called absolute zero.This corresponds to a temperature of -273°C or 0 K. This is the temperature called absolute zero.Near absolute zero, however, molecules have much less thermal energy.All matter at temperatures above that of absolute zero emits infrared radiation.Kobe Steel supplied the liquid-helium refrigerator for super-chilling the magnets close to absolute zero.And those which are work only at temperatures close to absolute zero.