Paul L. Richards and P.W. Anderson inspect the instrument used in experiment

P.W. Anderson and P.L. Richards of Bell Telephone Laboratories inspect the instrument used in their experiment which proved that the atoms of superfluid helium behave like coherent waves, interacting in such a way that the viscosity of the fluid becomes zero. Thus they have confirmed recent theories that superfluidity and superconductivity are related and explainable by the quantum mechanics concept that matter has the properties of waves as well as particles., Credit Line:  AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Abstract/Description: P.W. Anderson and P.L. Richards of Bell Telephone Laboratories inspect the instrument used in their experiment which proved that the atoms of superfluid helium behave like coherent waves, interacting in such a way that the viscosity of the fluid becomes zero. Thus they have confirmed recent theories that superfluidity and superconductivity are related and explainable by the quantum mechanics concept that matter has the properties of waves as well as particles.
Subject(s): Equipment and supplies
Eyeglasses
Portraits, Group
Richards, Paul L. (Paul Linford)
Credit Line: AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Catalog ID: Richards Paul L C1