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Thermodynamics: What is the temperature of a system that has reached a minimum entropy value i.e. least entropy possible

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Thermodynamics: What is the temperature of a system that has reached a minimum entropy value i.e. least entropy possible
posted Nov 16, 2016 by George Davros

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At Absolute zero or 0K (Kelvin) ie., -273.15 degree Celsius all atomic movement seizes and there is no more heat energy that it can loose henceforth. Therefore this is the lowest entropy state a matter could achieve theoretically.

answer Nov 17, 2016 by Tejas Naik
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It is Zero degree Kelvin which equals to - 273,15 degree Celsius
At the above mentioned temperature a substance has reached the point of lowest internal energy and therefore the lowest possible entropy value.

answer Nov 24, 2016 by anonymous



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