0 degrees kelvin?
0 degrees kelvin is the temperature at which molecules cease to exist and stop moving; coldest temperature there is
273.15 K Kelvin has its zero point at -273.15 Â°C (absolute zero). Add 273.15 to any Celsius temperature to get its Kelvin equivalent.
\nThe correct terminology is "zero kelvins"\n. \n0K = -273.16C = -457.888F
0 degrees Fahrenheit is 255.37 Kelvin. 0Â°C is 273.15 Kelvin.
The kinetic energy of a material is reduced to it's minimum state, so it is impossible to extract any more heat from the material. This temperature is impossible to achieve in… a laboratory, although scientists have achieved temperatures measured in nanokelvins, i.e. billionths of kelvin. The temperature is -273.15 Celsius.
-273 degrees Celsius.
At 0 Kelvin all motion stops. The colder an object gets the slower its particles vibrate, at 0 Kelvin all vibration stops.
0 kelvin = -459.67 degree Fahrenheit.
Absolute Zero, lowest possible temperature
0 0 C = 273 Kelvin
0 Kelvin is absolute zero and is equal to -273.15 Celsius.
No one knows what happens to a substance at absolute zero because scientists have never succeeded in getting anything that cold. They have gotten to within less than a degree …of it however. Theoretically the atoms in the matter would stop vibrating. No one knows what the result of that would be for certain.
0 degrees Kelvin is colder
When light passes through a substance near 0 degrees Kelvin, it bends and becomes deformed.
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