frictionless flow

frictionless flow

[¦frik·shən·ləs ′flō]
(fluid mechanics)
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In the same matter, researchers found signs of the seemingly disparate properties of both solidity and superfluidity, the frictionless flow of atoms.
This interconnected series of molecules could have applications for superconductivity, the frictionless flow of electrons (SN: 12/20/08, p.
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Frictionless flow, also known as superfluidity, has previously been observed only in liquids and gases (SN: 10/25/03, p.
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