Condensed-matter physics. Supersolidity shot down by its own discoverer.


ity appears to be coming to an end, and it’s not the thrilling climax that many physicists had hoped for. It now appears that the bizarre phenomenon—in which ultracold, highly pressurized solid helium supposedly fl ows through itself like a liquid without any viscosity—simply doesn’t exist, physicists say. Instead, nearly all the supposed signs of… (More)
DOI: 10.1126/science.338.6103.25


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