Problem: What term is given to the fact that the entropy of a perfect crystalline solid is zero at absolute zero? A) First Law of Thermodynamics B) Second Law of Thermodynamics C) Third Law of Thermodynamics D) crystalline lattice theory E) absolute crystallinity

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What term is given to the fact that the entropy of a perfect crystalline solid is zero at absolute zero?

A) First Law of Thermodynamics

B) Second Law of Thermodynamics

C) Third Law of Thermodynamics

D) crystalline lattice theory

E) absolute crystallinity

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