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Friction found where there should be none: In superfluids near absolute zero

(Aalto University) Physicists at Aalto University have discovered unexpected friction while rotating superfluid helium. Understanding the friction's provenance and implications is crucial for designing any devices that rely on superconducting quantum phenomena, such as quantum computers.
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