Planck temperature

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Etymology[edit]

Named after German physicist Max Planck.

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Planck temperature

  1. (physics) The fundamental upper limit of temperature conceivable under current models of physics, in which all matter is accelerated as quickly as possible to the speed of light, approximately 1.41679 √ó 1032 kelvins.

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