Thermal Physics

Absolute Zero

Is there a highest temperature that can be achieved?

Although there is an absolute zero temperature, there is no highest temperature. The highest temperatures achieved to date have been from nuclear explosions, where the temperature can reach as high as one hundred million kelvins.


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