What kind of equipment is necessary to freeze something to absolute zero?
It's never been done.
I believe that the closest we have come was an MIT team in 2003, which cooled sodium gas to 0.5 nanokelvins.
You can read about it at http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/ … 090903.php
I have the answer to your question and your answer is....
THE FREEZENATOR! LOL:)
i think some types of refrigeration cycles like ammonia cycle can reach this degree and you can read more about refrigeration here
"To absolute zero"? Not possible. But people have gotten very very close.
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