The theory of superfluid He-3

When certain substances are cooled to extremely low temperatures, they become superconductors, conducting electrical current entirely without resistance. At extremely low temperatures helium-3 also becomes superconducting, Anthony Leggett formulated a theory that explained this. Image courtesy of the Department of Physics, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

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