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Although the absolute zero of temperature seems to be experimentally unattainable, temperature seems to be experimentally unattainable, temperatures as low as 0.00000002 K have been achieved in the laboratory. Why would physicists strive, as indeed they do, to obtain still lower temperatures? Isn’t this low enough for all practical purposes?

Although the absolute zero of temperature seems to be experimentally unattainable, temperature seems to be experimentally unattainable, temperatures as low as 0.00000002 K have been achieved in the laboratory. Why would physicists strive, as indeed they do, to obtain still lower temperatures? Isn’t this low enough for all practical purposes?

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