# Physics

If you could reach absolute zero then?
A) The system falls into quantum ground state
B) The system will have an entropy of zero
C) Molecules will not overlap,
D) Particles will continue to move
E) There is still zero-point energy

Are all of these true?

1. Yes, all are true.

posted by drwls
2. All exñept D) Particles will continue to move

posted by Elena

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