Boltzmann Equation for Entropy:
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If a molecule consists of all the same atoms or the atoms can be in multiple places within the molecule (resonance) then it has no positional entropy and at 0 Kelvins, the molecule would have no entropy. Ex BF3. If the molecule has different molecules like COF2, then the oxygen can be in multiple places and thus has positional entropy. At 0 Kelvin, it would still have some entropy.
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