enthalpy is null at zero K ?

by membreComplexe
Tags: enthalpy
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May6-13, 12:00 PM
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Hello world !

i have a 'simple' question : enthalpy is null at zero K for all materials ?

I think yes, but i don't know how can i show/explain this...

can you help me please, i want to understand this point of thermodynamics...

thanks :)

ps: sorry for my bad language level, i am not english...
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