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superfluidity


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The exhibition by a fluid at extremely low temperatures, e.g. liquid helium at 2.186 K, of very high thermal conductivity and frictionless flow. The temperature at which superfluidity occurs is called the lambda point.

Subjects: Physics — Chemistry.


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