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What is the highest temperature on the Kelvin scale?


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Answered 2017-09-14 12:46:27

If we could determine the total mass of the universe we might be able to come up with a theoretical upper limit of what is possible, but for all practical purposes the Kelvin scale has no upper limit.

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