Relation Between Fountain Pressure and Heat Current in Helium II

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Allen and Reekie1 directed attention to the fact that the fountain-pressure difference ΔP at the ends of a narrow slit or capillary produced by a temperature difference is, in the absence of mass flow, exactly proportional to the heat current W appearing simultaneously with the fountain pressure.

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MEYER, L., BAND, W. Relation Between Fountain Pressure and Heat Current in Helium II. Nature 162, 67–68 (1948) doi:10.1038/162067b0

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