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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Through school I have been told That temperature has no limit, that it is infinite.

I am also told that a particle cannot exceed the speed of light.

Yet again Temperature has an effect on the speed of a particle therefore there must be a maximum temperature otherwise we would exceed the speed of light.

Using the Equation V^2=3RT/Molar Mass taking R as 9.1x10^-7 also taking the particle proton(or Neutron) for the Molar Mass

I got an answer but I was wondering is my statement correct or is there some laws or rules which I am not aware of?

I am also told that a particle cannot exceed the speed of light.

Yet again Temperature has an effect on the speed of a particle therefore there must be a maximum temperature otherwise we would exceed the speed of light.

Using the Equation V^2=3RT/Molar Mass taking R as 9.1x10^-7 also taking the particle proton(or Neutron) for the Molar Mass

I got an answer but I was wondering is my statement correct or is there some laws or rules which I am not aware of?