For The First Time Scientists Achieve Liquid Light at Room Temperature

For The First Time, Scientists Achieve Liquid Light at Room Temperature

This is the first time, when scientists get Liquid Light at Room Temperature. This matter is both a superfluid, which has zero friction and viscosity, and a kind of Bose-Einstein condensate, mentions bizsiziz.com. As we know the light acts like a wave, and sometimes like a particle, always travelling in a straight line. That’s why human’s eyes can’t see around corners or objects. (But under extreme conditions, light can also act like a liquid Liquid Light and actually flow around objects).

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