Absolute zero is the temperature equal

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Absolute zero is the temperature equal

(a) 27°C
(b) -273.16°C
(c) 273.16°C
(d) room temperature 


Asked On2019-06-12 09:55:35 by:RSHAH12

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Answer : (B)  -273.16°C 
Explanation :
Absolute zero is the point at which the fundamental particles of nature have minimal vibrational motion, retaining only quantum mechanical, zero-point energy-induced particle motion.
Absolute zero is also precisely equivalent to 0 degrees R on the Rankine scale and –459.67 degrees F on the Fahrenheit scale.

Answerd on:2019-06-12 Answerd By:pavanmacherla

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