Absolute Zero (disambiguation)

Absolute Zero (disambiguation)

Absolute zero is the lowest possible temperature, occurring when no heat energy remains in a substance.

Absolute Zero may also be:
*"Absolute Zero" (novel), a 1978 novel by Helen Cresswell
*"Absolute Zero" (video game), a 1995 computer game for MS-DOS and Macintosh
*"Absolute Zero" (album), a 2000 compilation album released by UK label Charrm

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