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Physicists quench their thirst for modeling superfluids

Simply put, physicists study energy, matter, and how the two interact. Through the years researchers have cataloged countless phenomena relating to these complex interactions.
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Researchers mixed two superfluids of different atoms together and observed that vortices in one affected those in the other—evidence of mutual interaction between the two species. [Physics] Published Tue Sep 27, 2016

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