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Question: Is absolute zero a vacuum?
Asked by 616frcc36 to Steven, Sarah on 26 Jun 2015.
answered on 26 Jun 2015:
They’re slightly different things – absolute zero is the lowest temperature possible, whereas vacuum just means there’s no air. They don’t have to happen together, and often don’t!
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