"But then, a second soup of superfluid
that moves in the core catches up to the first causing the spin of the star to slow back down.
Maxwell's treatment however, focused more upon the rotational component of the energy and granted the aether qualities which were unfamiliar in fluids and have only more recently been demonstrated to actually exist in superfluids
During the conference, EY Industry Research Center leader ByeonJoon-young said the ongoing Fourth Industrial Revolution is in a "superfluid
," or rapidly changing state.
Physically, it describes a superfluid
state of Cooper pairs with zero momentum when the pairing is only between atoms with equal and opposite momenta.
Note that the first example of "superfluid
" black holes always has a hyperbolic horizon .
In (3), if we set l(u) = u, that is, [g.sup.2](u) = 1 + 2[u.sup.2], then we get the superfluid
film equation in plasma physics:
When the space or vacuum for the path of one beam is polarized by the scalar field generated by charged objects, superconductor disks, and/or superfluid
toruses, the interference pattern will be varied or shifted.
Creation of the theory of superconductors and superfluid
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Washington, Apr 13 ( ANI ): A team of astronomers from the University of Amsterdam has discovered that sudden speed jumps in the rotational velocity of pulsars have a minimum size, and that they are caused not by the unpinning and displacement of just one sub-surface superfluid
vortex, but by billions.
The residual term can be due to the presence of nodes in the superconducting gap, a special superconducting phase (like superfluid
phase A1 of [sup.3]He), a band of gapless superconductivity (due to impurities), or an inhomogeneous sample (partly nonsuperconducting).