Absolute zero is the temperature at which entropy reaches its minimum value, and all energy has been taken out of a system. But is it reachable? Can anything ever be that cold? Nobel Prize-winning physicist William Phillips explains the daunting—possibly impossible—task of reaching the coldest temperature known.
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