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Which law forbids the attainment of the temperature of absolute zero?
The first law of thermodynamics is the law of conservation of energy, where heat is taken into account, which is nothing more than energy in transit. The second law tells us about the probability that processes occur in one direction and not in another, for example, the probability that heat spontaneously passes from a cold object to a warmer one is practically zero. The third law tells us that no system can reach absolute zero of temperature (0 K), this is a limit that we can approach but never reach.
There is a zero law, whose importance was recognized after raising the first three laws of thermodynamics. This law states that two bodies in thermal equilibrium with a third are in equilibrium with each other.
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