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01-04-2013, 11:58 PM
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Krishna
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Originally Posted by njdevsfn95 View Post
Its not below absolute zero because the particles have energy.

It took me 3 different articles to grasp that fact but i dont think I can explain why its a "negative" temperature yet not below absolute zero.
Here's a little scale to use

+0 K, ... , +300 K, ... , +∞ K, −∞ K, ... , −300 K, ... , −0 K

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