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We know that at zero degrees kelvin the only energy is zero point energy.

As we heat a substance, the atoms move faster and faster. The question is,

is there a maximum temperature since the fastest a atom can move is the speed of light?

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# Statistical Mechanics - Maximum Temperature

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