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Absolute zero is A. –273.15°C. B. the lowest possible temperature. C. the temperature at which the average kinetic energy of particles would theoretically be zero. D. all of the above

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    C. Temperature at which the average kinetic energy of the particles would be theoretically zero is correct. because temperature is defined as the average kinetic energy \[KE = \frac{ 1 }{ 2 }mV ^{2}\] B. this is theoretically the lowest possible temperature. this is also correct. A this is true because Kelvin = C+273 so the absolute zero is 0K or -273C

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