Cooling to absolute zero mathematically outlawed after a century
Absolute zero will always be beyond us, it seemsplainpicture/Bernd SchumacherBy Leah CraneIT’S an absolute. Mathematics has put speed limits on cooling, finally proving a century-old law – that unless you have infinite time and resources, you can’t get to absolute zero. In 1906, German chemist Walther Nernst formulated the heat theorem, which states...
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