I was just knowing little bit about bose einstein condensate then I came across superconductor. In the bose einstein condensate particles have same energy levels and they can not escape the level or can't change their energy. Now I can't find the reason why anything should have near zero resistance for this. So my question is how does no energy change of the particles cause zero or near zero resistance ?
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