Yeah I get it now.
I understand how in a situation where you get the usual entropy at a high energy, and the molecules sort of "peak" in their form or melt or destabilize further into a gas. Where I'm confused is on the loss of energy and S reaching equilibrium for the system... if that system is aided in cooling it to where S drops faster than E can balance, what's to stop it from becoming -K?However, for some substances, at some point S starts decreasing with increasing E.
This is when the sign of the temperature flips.
After that S starts decreasing quicker and quicker, making temperature (which is the inverse) approach zero.
The very negative temperature object becomes warmer only until it reaches the temperature of the less negative temperature object. They will both settle toward a medium-negative value.And what else that doesnt make sense is if 2 negative temperature (different) objects come in contact then the greater negative temperature object would become warmer until it reaches absolute 0.