superfluidity
noun see superfluid

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • superfluidity — [so͞o΄pər flo͞o id′ə tē] n. the phenomenon, exhibited by liquid helium at temperatures below 2.18°K, of flowing without friction and having very high thermal conductivity superfluid [so͞opərflo͞o′id] n., adj. * * * See superfluid. * * * Unusual… …   Universalium

  • superfluidity — [so͞o΄pər flo͞o id′ə tē] n. the phenomenon, exhibited by liquid helium at temperatures below 2.18°K, of flowing without friction and having very high thermal conductivity superfluid [so͞opərflo͞o′id] n., adj …   English World dictionary

  • superfluidity — supertakumas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Kvantinio skysčio savybė tekėti be trinties. atitikmenys: angl. superfluidity rus. сверхтекучесть …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • superfluidity — supertakumas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. superfluidity vok. Suprafließbarkeit, f; Suprafluidität, f rus. сверхтекучесть, f pranc. superfluidité, f; suprafluidité, f …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • superfluidity — noun The frictionless flow of a liquid at temperatures near absolute zero, especially that of liquid helium. See Also: superfluid …   Wiktionary

  • superfluidity — noun Physics the property of flowing without friction or viscosity, as shown by liquid helium below about 2.18 kelvins. Derivatives superfluid noun & adjective …   English new terms dictionary

  • superfluidity — su·per·fluidity …   English syllables

  • superfluidity — noun see superfluid …   Useful english dictionary

  • Boojum (superfluidity) — In the physics of superfluidity, a boojum is a geometric pattern on the surface of one of the phases of superfluid helium 3, whose motion can result in the decay of a supercurrent. A boojum can result from a monopole singularity in the bulk of… …   Wikipedia

  • Superfluid — Superfluidity is a phase of matter or description of heat capacity in which unusual effects are observed when liquids, typically of helium 4 or helium 3, overcome friction by surface interaction when at a stage, known as the lambda point for… …   Wikipedia

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