Feynman's superfluidity theory

Feynman's superfluidity theory

[′fīn·mənz ‚sü·pər‚flü′id·əd·ē ‚thē·ə·rē]
(cryogenics)
Microscopic theory of superfluid helium which accounts for the spectrum of elementary excitations assumed by Landau's superfluidity theory.
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