helium II


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helium II

[′hē·lē·əm ′tü]
(cryogenics)
The phase of liquid helium-4 which is stable at temperatures between absolute zero and the lambda point (about 2.2 K), and has many remarkable properties such as vanishing viscosity, extremely high heat conductivity, and the fountain effect.
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Linde is investing over EUR 35 million in new containers to supply the additional helium from Helium II and its expanded source in Skikda, Algeria.
Helium II will support Linde's global growth agenda, particularly in Asia.