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One form of the third law of thermodynamics states that ; in absolute zero temperature,entropy is absolute that means it does not depend on any of the properties of the system.the question is ; is this a radical feature for absolue zero or absolute zero is only a limit i.e. the dependance of entropy on other properties goes to zero when temperature goes to zero ?
I want to use the answer of this question to discuss a more general idea concerning the study of ideal cases.
I want to use the answer of this question to discuss a more general idea concerning the study of ideal cases.