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Absolute zero temperature is the temp. at which (a) mass becomes zero (b)volume becomes zero (c) all molecular motion ceases i know at 0K ..entropy becomes zero.. but also if we consider charle`s law.. then dont you think volume will be zero please explain , thanks!

Absolute zero temperature is the temp. at which
(a) mass becomes zero
(b)volume becomes zero
(c) all molecular motion ceases

i know at 0K ..entropy becomes zero.. but also if we consider charle`s law.. then dont you think volume will be zero

please explain , thanks!

Grade:12th pass

2 Answers

Vasantha Kumari
askIITians Faculty 38 Points
7 years ago

You are absolutely right! When we consider Charle’s law, we predict the volume to be zero at 0K i.e., absolute zero is the absolutely lowest temperature possible.

Pl. also note that while we plot or solve problems involving volume and temperature, we have to plug in values of T after converting into Kelvin scale or else T will take –ve values and volume also becomes –ve that cannot exist.(Tk = TC + 273.15)

RAJAT CHHABRA
16 Points
7 years ago
ah! thank god! thanks a lot mam!

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