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In a perfect crystal, there are no imperfections, and in other words, a perfect crystal has no disorder (so the entropy will equal 0).All other objects have some sort of imperfection and disorder, so the entropy only theoretically approaches 0.
Think of 0 K as a theoretical limit, where entropy is a function of the temperature in Kelvin. As T approaches 0 K, so would entropy; but since we cannot achieve 0 K, we can only approach zero entropy.
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