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Werner Heisenberg (5 December 1901 – 1 February 1976) developed the uncertainty principle. Werner Karl Heisenburg was a bright and talented man. For one, he taught himself calculus. His name associates with his Theory of Quantum Mechanics, as well as the Principle of Uncertainty. The Principle of Uncertainty and the Theory of Quantum Mechanics play major roles in contributing to the studies of the atom of his time, as well as studies today. Werner Heisenburg, without a doubt, did not leave the world of the living without giving something for all to remember.

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Absolute zero is the zero point temperature in Kelvin and Rankine temperature scales in which there is no motion. As heat is added to the system then motion increases, and may be measured by a thermometer.
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Main article: Aluminum

Aluminum is a metal and has an atomic number of 13 and has an atomic weight of 26.982.
Aluminum is a metal and is in the Boron group. 

Aluminum is not radioactive. Aluminum ia silver white, soft, and ductile.

Aluminum is the third most abundant element and the most abundant metal on Earth's crust.
Aluminum metal is so chemically reactive that native specimen are rare and limited.
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