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    Quote Originally Posted by Lia View Post
    Should mass vanish if 0 Kelvin is actually enforced into a system?
    What gives you this idea?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard Roark View Post
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    Should mass vanish if 0 Kelvin is actually enforced into a system?
    What gives you this idea?
    Since thr wud be no energy, and mass is form of energy, i thot the atoms wud stop all movements to their core then atom can no longer be atom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lia View Post
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    Should mass vanish if 0 Kelvin is actually enforced into a system?
    What gives you this idea?
    Since thr wud be no energy, and mass is form of energy, i thot the atoms wud stop all movements to their core then atom can no longer be atom.

    You are overthinking. Mass can be converted to energy, but at absolute zero there is no excess energy. For example, the electrons in atoms will all be at their lowest state, but they will still have energy.
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