JMP  Vol.7 No.11 , July 2016
Absolute Zero Occurs in Black Holes
Author(s) Sanjay Sastry
The black hole is a region in space in which nothing can escape its pull. The two important parts of the anatomy of a stable black hole are the event horizon and gravitational singularity. The main discussion is regarding the temperature of a black hole. Absolute zero is a state which enthalpy and entropy is zero. The temperature of a black hole approaches the gravitational singularity in which space-time possibly ceases and entropy is zero producing absolute zero or possible sub- absolute zero.
Cite this paper
Sastry, S. (2016) Absolute Zero Occurs in Black Holes. Journal of Modern Physics, 7, 1375-1377. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2016.711124.
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