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What is the temperature of absolute zero?


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2015-05-16 01:24:00
2015-05-16 01:24:00

because the hotter the air the faster the molecules move, the colder the air the slower the molecules move ,absolute zero is a temperature where molecules get so cold that they cant move anymore that temperature is -459.67°F or -273.15°C if you looked on a temperature scale they would be (the more common way,the actual temperature without a point) (a point is .) -459°F or -273°C , that temperature is without the point (.)

in the kelvin temperature way the temperature is 0 kelvin (written in kelvin temperature like this 0 K) its just a K no degree symbol (degree symbols look like ° ) hoped this helped,bye

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