Absolute zero absolutely adds up
December 27, 2019
During everyone’s sophomore year of high school, they learn about absolute zero.
Absolute zero is defined as the temperature in which all molecular movement ceases. It is equal to 0 degrees on the kelvin scale and -273 degrees in celsius.
Recently, a scientist named Kang – Kuen Ni was able to force two molecules to react with each other by reaching temperatures extremely close to absolute zero.
This allowed scientists for the first time to witness the reaction taking place.
This could allow them to invent new things or find ways to conserve energy.