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For example in the models for holographic superconductors we can calculate the conductivity. Also there is an energy gap. I can understand that it describes a superconductor. However I have also heard people talk about superfluidity in holographic QCD. I believe they are talking about the condensates such as the pion or the chiral condensate. Where is the superfluid in holographic QCD (quark gluon plasma maybe?) and how do I know that it is a superfluid?
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