I have a new fluid, called Unobtaniol, which is a room temperature frictionless superfluid. It has the same physical properties as liquid helium, but with less freezing everything.
A friend of mine reckons that it would be great for lubricating gears, pistons, various forms of reciprocating arm, worm assemblies, you name it. I'm not so sure.
Would this fluid be a good lubricant, and if not, why not?