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Re: Absolute Zero Question.

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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on January 29, 2001 03:19:13 UTC

Good Question. There are a couple of picky errors
in your post. Electrons spinning around a nucleus
would be atomic motion, inter-molecular motion
would be the vibratory motion that would cease
at absolute zero.
But I get your gist,I belive the electrons would keep on spinning(orbiting) I don't think the
energy that cause electrons to orbit a nucleus
is heat energy , which I understand to be low level energy(slow) The model I can create in my head for what you suggest would seem to cause fission to occur.
But thanks for the new thought, I will review
what text I have with me to see if I can find any
info .

Later Edward

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