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Posted: Nov 26 2006, 11:56 PM
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what form of energy gives particles movement at temperatures of absolute zero ? ie what is the energy called ?
does this energy come from the constituents of atoms ?
are there reasons, other than the uncertainty principle, why this energy can not be reduced/removed, so that the movement is eliminated ?
Posted: Nov 29 2006, 02:43 PM
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Absolute zero should only affect chemical reactions and such. Not EMR (space is about 2.7K) It stops movement in atoms and molecules due to heat.
Absolute zero has not been reached since it is a matter of removing all heat. They get ever nearer but never quite there.
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