Originally Posted By: socratus

d) The maximum entropy which is possible at temperature
of Absolute zero: T=0K.


From http://crab.rutgers.edu/~maslen/Courses/PChemII/5_Second_Law/SecondLaw_totex.pdf

The third law of thermodynamics states
"The entropy of a perfect crystal is zero at absolute zero."
(So I think you mean "minimum entropy" above.)



Edited by TheFallibleFiend (08/31/10 02:43 AM)