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His lowest point was the boiling point of water and his highest was the freezing point. This scale was later inverted to give us modern day Celsius. However, this scale also posed the question, how low can you go? A French physicist by the name of Amontons discovered that pressure and temperature dropped at the same rate, so the temperature at zero pressure was as low as you could possibly go with temperature, or absolute zero...
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He found this number to be approximately 273 degrees Celsius. Another great advance in the search for absolute zero came from Michael Faraday. Faraday investigated the particles of chlorine and determined that increased pressure caused the gas to liquefy, and then evaporate when the pressure was removed...
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