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3:18 AM | January 04, 2013
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Usually we tend to think about temperature as being related to the motion of atoms. At lower temperatures, atomic motions slow down. Absolute zero, defined as zero Kelvin or −273.15 degrees Celsius, then is the point where all atomic motion stops. But what comes beyond that, does something like a negative absolute temperature exist? Indeed, as Ulrich Schneider [...]

Braun, S., Ronzheimer, J., Schreiber, M., Hodgman, S., Rom, T., Bloch, I. & Schneider, U. (2013). Negative Absolute Temperature for Motional Degrees of Freedom, Science, 339 (6115) 52-55. DOI:

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