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solid superfluid


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A substance that has a lattice structure but can flow through a solid with no friction. A solid superfluid is a Bose–Einstein condensate of atoms. The existence of supersolids was predicted theoretically in 1970. There is some experimental evidence for their existence but it cannot be regarded as conclusive.

Subjects: Physics.


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