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Is Matter In Black Hole Very Cold?

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Posted by indumamtora on June 22, 2000 10:23:51 UTC

It is said that the density of matter in black hole is infinity. I have read in an article that when temperature of matter is reduced to 0 degree K its volume becomes a point ( i.e. zero)
That also means its density becomes infinity!
It also said that we do not know at any place this temperature can be achived. But we know for sure the place where the density is infinity, that is a BLACK HOLE!
Now please tell me if the reverse of above is true. Meaning that where density is infinity the temperature is 0 deg K.
That means the matter in the black hole is at 0 deg K !
Please also correct me if the argument is not logical.
Regards
Indu

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