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Subject: is there a 'zero'law of thermodynamics

Date: Wed Jul 12 10:43:29 2000
Posted by Suzie Jennings
Grade level: 10-12 School: Skipton Girls High School
City: No city entered. State/Province: North Yorkshre Country: England
Area of science: Physics
ID: 963413009.Ph

I have heard that after finding the three laws of thermodynamics another 
one was found and it was considered a more basic law and so was entitled 
the "zero" law of thermodynamics but i have been unable to find any 
information on it. I am not sure if it does exist but it would be a great 
help if someone could explain it to me. I am wanting this info as part of 
my A-level Physics research project.

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