Law of Thermodynamics

What is 3rd Law of Thermodynamics?

• Mar 23rd, 2009

The entropy of a substance is zero at absolute zero temperature(0k)

tinkle chugh

• Oct 19th, 2009

The third law of thermodynamics basically states that it is impossible to attain absolute zero (0K)

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• May 16th, 2011

Basically, the Third Law of Thermodynamics attempts to assign an absolute value to Entropy, an otherwise relative quantity...The law states that at absolute Zero of temperature, i.e, 0 K, the entropy of a perfectly crystalline system is zero....and that of an imperfect crystal is a constant (non-zero).

• Jul 5th, 2011

At absolute zero, the entropy of a system is zero (minimal)

• Oct 4th, 2011

Absolute entropy of a perfectly crystalline solid at absolute zero temperature is zero.

priyasharay

• Jun 8th, 2012

If 2 systems A & B are in equilibrium with one another , and if B and C are in equilibrium , then it can be concluded A and C are also in equilibrium with one another

jitendra patil

• Feb 15th, 2014

Value of absolute entropy

Habib Khan

• Nov 26th, 2014

When system approaches ABSOLUTE ZERO, Its ENTROPY will be minimum.

Kingsuk Karmakar

• Aug 2nd, 2017

The entropy of a perfectly crystalline substance at zero K or absolute zero is taken to be zero.
This law is only applicable for perfectly crystalline substance. If there is imperfection at 0 K, the will be larger then zero.

Bandana

• Aug 3rd, 2017

At absolute 0 degree entropy of a substance is zero, as entropy is a measurement of degree of randomness.