Difference between absolute zero and absolute temperature?
Absolute zero is the lowest possible temperature (zero kelvin). Absolute temperature is the temperature, measured from absolute zero - in other words, any temperature, measured (usually) on the kelvin scale.
The term "absolute zero" is used for the minimal possible temperature (-273 K). The term "relative zero" is not a term I know, but it could refer to the difference between two velocities, which are equal. In Physics, independent observers do not observe a velocity of the other if they are moving at the same speed (relative zero). <Feb 18, 2014 - Bruno>
That is called "absolute zero". It is the starting point of the Kelvin temperature scale. That is called "absolute zero". It is the starting point of the Kelvin temperature scale. That is called "absolute zero". It is the starting point of the Kelvin temperature scale. That is called "absolute zero". It is the starting point of the Kelvin temperature scale.
0oK, or absolute zero is the lowest temperature. Superconductors have a critical temperature at which they begin to work, but it is the highest temperature, and they function as superconductors at any temperature lower, down to as close to absolute zero as they can be made to be (absolute zero is unachievable).
Put one more quantity in there and you've got a relationship: the volume of the gas. The product of (pressure x volume) is directly proportional to the temperature. Remember that in this relationship, its the absolute temperature ... the temperature above absolute zero. That makes a difference. On the absolute scale, the boiling temperature of water is only about 37% higher than the freezing temperature of water.
The Third Law of Thermodynamics. "Absolute zero (0 K) is the lower limit of temperature. The temperature of absolute zero cannot be attained physically because to do so would require virtually all the heat to be taken from an object. Therefore, it is impossible to attain a temperature of absolute zero."
No, but they are related. Absolute zero is the coldest possible temperature. Absolute temperature is the temperature above this coldest possible temperature - i.e., how much hotter is it than the coldest theoretically possible temperature. Celsius temperature isn't absolute. It starts from the temperature of freezing water, and it needs negative numbers for anything colder than that. Fahrenheit temperature isn't absolute. It says that zero is 32 degrees colder than freezing water, and it needs…
It is the coldest temperature. Nothing is colder than absolute zero. Scientists do know what happens in absolute zero because to get it to absolute zero, they have to put the object in something colder. But like mentioned above, nothing is colder than absolute zero. It is pretty much the end of the thermometer.
The Kelvin scale is used to measure absolute temperature, i.e., temperature from absolute zero. The way it is defined, there are no negative temperatures on the Kelvin scale. The Kelvin scale is used to measure absolute temperature, i.e., temperature from absolute zero. The way it is defined, there are no negative temperatures on the Kelvin scale. The Kelvin scale is used to measure absolute temperature, i.e., temperature from absolute zero. The way it is defined…
Absolute zero is the temperature at which entropy reaches its minimum value. So yes, it is a measure of temperature. No temperature is lower than absolute zero. All motion stops at absolute zero as there is no energy left. Remember, energy is measured in heat so if there is no heat then there is nothing to allow any type of motion or activity etc.
Everyday temperature is measured in degrees celcius. Officially temperature is measured in kelvin. the only difference between kelvin and degrees celcius is that zero kelvin is absolute zero ( the coldest theoretical temp possible) and zero degrees celsius is the triple point of water. So that 0oC is 273.15 kelvin.
Absolute zero temperature is the lowest temperature attainable (theoretically). Absolute zero is the theoretical temperature that can never be reached at which all motion would cease at the atomic level. It is measured in a scientific temperature scale called "Kelvins". i.e= freezing point. 0 Kelvin equals -273 Celsius.