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temperature, Death Valley, California: 56.7[degrees]C Water freezes: 32[degrees]F Lowest recorded temperature on Earth, Vostok, Antarctica: -89.2[degrees]C; -128.6[degrees]F Air liquefies: -195.6[degrees]C Average temperature on Pluto: -369.4[degrees]F Absolute Zero: -459.7[degrees]F
This introduces the inverse temperature [beta] = 1/T as the natural variable that reflects the unattainability of absolute zero, and which as early as 1964 was called "cryos" by a countryman of Kamerlingh Onnes, Professor Frederik Belinfante, then of Purdue University (22).
Absolute Zero is described as an intense science fiction combat simulation game in which aliens have erupted from the ice core of the player's peaceful mining colony.
However, very low temperatures close to absolute zero (around -273C) are generally required for the operation of sensitive quantum technology.
The cosmic microwave background (CMB) that permeates the universe from immediately after the Big Bang carries some energy and therefore, most of the cosmos has a temperature of about -270 degrees Celsius (-454 degrees Fahrenheit), almost 3 degrees Celsius above 0 Kelvin, or "absolute zero."
And yesterday he said that record levels of passenger growth on buses had made it possible to have an absolute zero increase.
Schneider's substance--a gas consisting of about 100,000 potassium atoms--reached a temperature below absolute zero, about -0.000000001 kelvins.
Lead author Chen-Lung Hung, PhD '11, now at the California Institute of Technology said that under certain conditions, a cloud of atoms chilled to a billionth of a degree above absolute zero (-459.67 degrees Fahrenheit) in a vacuum chamber displays phenomena similar to those that unfolded following the big bang.
Dishing the dirt on restaurant hygiene, all eateries will be rated from absolute zero to a top ranking of five.
And we heard Superintendent Gillian MacDonald tell officers before kick-off: "There is an absolute zero tolerance policy in relation to sectarian behaviour.
The collider requires temperatures just above absolute zero (-273.15 degrees C) to allow particles to be steered around the circuit.
The BMA doubts whether an absolute zero would be enforceable and acceptable to the public but argues that a 50mg level, which would bring the UK into line with many other European countries, would be effective and beneficial.