Bengaluru: IISc scientists find how electron bubbles formed in superfluid helium
A research team in the Bengaluru based Indian Institute of Science have shown through their experiment how electron bubbles are formed in superfluid helium.
Understanding electron bubbles are important for developing soft material and next generation quantum materials.
This experiment and its findings are published in Science Advances scientific journal.
A former PhD student at the Department of Physics Neha Yadav teamed up with Associate Professor Prosenjit Sen at the Centre for Nano Science and Engineering and Professor Ambarish Ghosh of Centre for Nano Science and Engineering.
The detection of Few Electron Bubbles can help scientists decipher flow of heat in superfluid helium.