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Author(s): Celal Furkan Senel, Thomas Lawson, Marc Kaplan, Damian Markham, and Eleni DiamantiMultipartite nonlocality is of great fundamental interest and constitutes a useful resource for many quantu … - Equivalent emergence of time dependence in classical and quantum mechanics

Author(s): John S. BriggsBeginning with the principle that a closed mechanical composite system is timeless, time can be defined by the regular changes in a suitable position coordinate (clock) in the … - Geometry, robustness, and emerging unitarity in dissipation-projected dynamics

Author(s): Paolo Zanardi and Lorenzo Campos VenutiQuantum information can be encoded in the set of steady states (SSS) of a driven-dissipative system. Nonsteady states are separated by a large dissipa … - Entanglement over global distances via quantum repeaters with satellite links

Author(s): K. Boone, J.-P. Bourgoin, E. Meyer-Scott, K. Heshami, T. Jennewein, and C. SimonA possible setup for a quantum-repeater network using satellite links is demonstrated, and it is shown that t … - Solution to the mean king's problem using quantum error-correcting codes

Author(s): Masakazu Yoshida, Gen Kimura, Takayuki Miyadera, Hideki Imai, and Jun ChengWe discuss the so-called mean king's problem, a retrodiction problem among noncommutative observables, in the … - Optimal Trotterization in universal quantum simulators under faulty control

Author(s): George C. Knee and William J. MunroUniversal quantum simulation may provide insights into those many-body systems that cannot be described classically and that cannot be efficiently simulat … - Amplitude-modulated indirect pumping of spin orientation in low-density cesium vapor

Author(s): R. Gartman and W. ChalupczakA recently demonstrated technique of continuous indirect pumping enables a high level of atomic spin polarization to be generated in thermal alkali-metal vapors, … - Microwave-stimulated Raman adiabatic passage in a Bose-Einstein condensate on an atom chip

Author(s): M. Dupont-Nivet, M. Casiulis, T. Laudat, C. I. Westbrook, and S. SchwartzWe report the achievement of stimulated Raman adiabatic passage (STIRAP) in the microwave frequency range between in … - Rabi oscillations of Morris-Shore–transformed N-state systems by elliptically polarized ultrafast laser pulses

Author(s): Hyosub Kim, Yungheung Song, Han-gyeol Lee, and Jaewook AhnWe present an experimental investigation of ultrafast laser-driven Rabi oscillations of atomic rubidium. Because the broadband spec … - Photoabsorption studies of some closed-shell ions in the La isonuclear sequence

Author(s): Sindhu Kalyadan, Hari R. Varma, P. C. Deshmukh, J. T. Costello, P. Hayden, and S. T. MansonPhotoionization cross sections and dipole angular distribution asymmetry parameters, β, of 5s and … - Repulsive atomic Fermi gas with Rashba spin-orbit coupling: A quantum Monte Carlo study

Author(s): Alberto Ambrosetti, Pier Luigi Silvestrelli, Francesco Pederiva, Lubos Mitas, and Flavio ToigoThanks to the recent experimental realization and control of artificial gauge fields, spin-orbi … - Symmetric microwave potentials for interferometry with thermal atoms on a chip

Author(s): M. Ammar, M. Dupont-Nivet, L. Huet, J.-P. Pocholle, P. Rosenbusch, I. Bouchoule, C. I. Westbrook, J. Estève, J. Reichel, C. Guerlin, and S. SchwartzA trapped atom interferometer involving s … - Symmetry-protected skyrmions in three-dimensional spin-orbit-coupled Bose gases

Author(s): Guanjun Chen, Tiantian Li, and Yunbo ZhangWe present a variational study of pseudo-spin-1/2 Bose gases in a harmonic trap with weak three-dimensional (3D) spin-orbit coupling of σ·p type. T … - Impurity coupled to an artificial magnetic field in a Fermi gas in a ring trap

Author(s): F. Nur Ünal, B. Hetényi, and M. Ö. OktelThe dynamics of a single impurity interacting with a many-particle background is one of the central problems of condensed-matter physics. Recent prog … - Experimental characterization of the Gaussian state of squeezed light obtained via single passage through an atomic vapor

Author(s): P. Valente, A. Auyuanet, S. Barreiro, H. Failache, and A. LezamaWe show that the description of light in terms of Stokes operators in combination with the assumption of Gaussian statistics … - Enhanced optomechanical levitation of minimally supported dielectrics

Author(s): Tina Müller, Christoph Reinhardt, and Jack C. SankeyA proposal is presented for the optomechanical levitation of objects with enhanced isolation from the environment, which is of practical … - Self-consistent projection operator theory in nonlinear quantum optical systems: A case study on degenerate optical parametric oscillators

Author(s): Peter Degenfeld-Schonburg, Carlos Navarrete–Benlloch, and Michael J. HartmannNonlinear quantum optical systems are of paramount relevance for modern quantum technologies, as well as for the … - Precisely resolving two-photon energy-time entanglement by dual-channel Fabry-Pérot interferometry

Author(s): Yuan SunMethods for precisely resolving the continuous-variable energy-time entanglement of paired photons have always been sought in quantum optics. The Fabry-Pérot interferometer provides … - Comment on “Optically pumped spin-exchange polarized-electron source”

Author(s): J. F. Williams, S. Samarin, and L. PravicaM. Pirbhai et al. [Phys. Rev. A 88, 060701(R) (2013)] reported a new optically pumped spin-exchange polarized-electron source developed to avoid th … - Reply to “Comment on `Optically pumped spin-exchange polarized-electron source' ''

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Author(s): Avatar TulsiMany important computer science problems can be reduced to the clause-satisfaction problem. We are given n Boolean variables x_{k} and m clauses c_{j} where each clause is a fun … - Perfect wave-packet splitting and reconstruction in a one-dimensional lattice

Author(s): Leonardo Banchi, Enrico Compagno, and Sougato BoseA method is introduced to realize dispersion-free transport of a localized wave packet on a lattice by devising a Hamiltonian so that the w … - Topological Bogoliubov excitations in inversion-symmetric systems of interacting bosons

Author(s): G. Engelhardt and T. BrandesOn top of the mean-field analysis of a Bose-Einstein condensate, one typically applies the Bogoliubov theory to analyze quantum fluctuations of the excited modes … - Autler-Townes splitting via frequency up-conversion at ultralow-power levels in cold ^{87}Rb atoms using an optical nanofiber

Author(s): Ravi Kumar, Vandna Gokhroo, Kieran Deasy, and Síle Nic ChormaicThe tight confinement of the evanescent light field around the waist of an optical nanofiber makes it a suitable tool for stud … - Noise and dynamics of stimulated-Brillouin-scattering microresonator lasers

Author(s): William Loh, Scott B. Papp, and Scott A. DiddamsWe use theoretical analysis and numerical simulation to investigate the operation of a laser oscillating from gain supplied by stimulated Bri … - Nonlinear fluctuations and dissipation in matter revealed by quantum light

Author(s): Shaul Mukamel and Konstantin E. DorfmanQuantum optical fields offer numerous control knobs which are not available with classical light and may be used for monitoring the properties of matt … - Waveguide QED: Power spectra and correlations of two photons scattered off multiple distant qubits and a mirror

Author(s): Yao-Lung L. Fang (方耀龍) and Harold U. BarangerWe study two-level systems (2LS) coupled at different points to a one-dimensional waveguide in which one end is open and the other is either ope … - Redistribution of light frequency by multiple scattering in a resonant atomic vapor

Author(s): João Carlos de A. Carvalho, Marcos Oriá, Martine Chevrollier, Hugo L. D. de Souza Cavalcante, and T. Passerat de SilansThe propagation of light in a resonant atomic vapor can a priori be th … - Electromagnetically induced transparency for guided light in an atomic array outside an optical nanofiber

Author(s): Fam Le Kien and A. RauschenbeutelWe study the propagation of guided light along an array of three-level atoms in the vicinity of an optical nanofiber under the condition of electromagnetica … - Alignment-to-orientation conversion in a magnetic field at nonlinear excitation of the D_{2} line of rubidium: Experiment and theory

Author(s): M. Auzinsh, A. Berzins, R. Ferber, F. Gahbauer, L. Kalvans, A. Mozers, and A. SpissWe studied alignment-to-orientation conversion caused by excited-state level crossings in a nonzero magnet … - Bogoliubov-wave turbulence in Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Kazuya Fujimoto and Makoto TsubotaWe theoretically and numerically study Bogoliubov-wave turbulence in three-dimensional atomic Bose-Einstein condensates with the Gross-Pitaevskii equation, … - Chiroptical signal enhancement in quasi-null-polarization-detection geometry: Intrinsic limitations

Author(s): Hanju Rhee, Intae Eom, Sung-Hyun Ahn, Ki-Hee Song, and Minhaeng ChoDespite its unique capability of distinguishing molecular handedness, chiroptical spectroscopy suffers from the weak-signa … - Shifted nondiffractive Bessel beams

Author(s): Alexey A. Kovalev, Victor V. Kotlyar, and Alexey A. PorfirevNondiffractive Bessel beams are well known to have infinite energy and infinite orbital angular momentum (OAM). However, when nor … - Nonlinear scattering in photonic crystals having dislocations with fractional topological character and multiple dislocations

Author(s): Liran Naor, Shani Sharabi, Irit Juwiler, and Ady ArieThe spectrum of the second harmonic signal generated in quadratic nonlinear photonic crystals, having different types of edge dislocatio … - Control of charge migration in molecules by ultrashort laser pulses

Author(s): Nikolay V. Golubev and Alexander I. KuleffThe possibility to control charge migration in molecules using femtosecond laser pulses is studied, which may have applications in the laser contro … - Entanglement dynamics and Mollow nonuplets between two coupled quantum dots in a nanowire photonic-crystal system

Author(s): Gerasimos Angelatos and Stephen HughesWe introduce a nanowire-based photonic-crystal waveguide system capable of controllably mediating the photon coupling between two quantum dots which ar … - Reversal of relaxation due to a dephasing environment

Author(s): Marcin Mierzejewski, Janez Bonča, and Jerzy DajkaWe show that any finite quantum system S can be coupled to a dephasing environment in such a way that the internal mechanism responsible for … - PT

Author(s): Sarah CrokeWe discuss the prospect of PT-symmetric Hamiltonians finding applications in quantum information science, and conclude that such evolution is unlikely to provide any benefit over … - Proposal for a motional-state Bell inequality test with ultracold atoms

Author(s): R. J. Lewis-Swan and K. V. KheruntsyanWe propose and theoretically simulate an experiment for demonstrating a motional-state Bell inequality violation for pairs of momentum-entangled atoms … - Entanglement control in quantum networks by quantum-coherent time-delayed feedback

Author(s): Sven M. Hein, Franz Schulze, Alexander Carmele, and Andreas KnorrA crucial property of quantum networks is the entanglement between different network nodes. We demonstrate that entanglement … - Influence of a surface in the nonretarded interaction between two atoms

Author(s): Reinaldo de Melo e Souza, W. J. M. Kort-Kamp, F. S. S. Rosa, and C. FarinaIn this work we obtain analytical expressions for the nonadditivity effects in the dispersive interaction between t … - Energy, contact, and density profiles of one-dimensional fermions in a harmonic trap via nonuniform-lattice Monte Carlo calculations

Author(s): C. E. Berger, E. R. Anderson, and J. E. DrutWe determine the ground-state energy and Tan's contact of attractively interacting few-fermion systems in a one-dimensional harmonic trap, f … - Dipolar Bose gas in a weak isotropic speckle disorder

Author(s): Abdelâali BoudjemâaWe investigate the properties of a homogeneous dipolar Bose gas in a weak three-dimensional isotropic speckle disorder at finite temperatures. By using the Bogoliubov the … - Stochastic pumping of a polariton fluid

Author(s): M. Aßmann and M. BayerWe investigate the response of a polariton laser driven slightly off-resonantly using light fields differing from the routinely studied coherent pump sources. The resp … - Fluorescence in nonlocal dissipative periodic structures

Author(s): Francesco Intravaia and Kurt BuschWe present an approach for the description of fluorescence from optically active materials embedded in layered periodic structures. Based on an exact elect … - Power- and polarization-dependent supercontinuum generation in α−BaB_{2}O_{4} crystals by intense, near-infrared, femtosecond laser pulses

Author(s): Parinda Vasa, Krithika Dota, Mamraj Singh, Dushyant Kushavah, Bhanu P. Singh, and Deepak MathurWe report generation of a broadband supercontinuum (SC) in a birefringent crystal upon irradia … - Bell inequalities from group actions: Three parties and non-Abelian groups

Author(s): V. Uğur Güney and Mark HilleryIn a previous publication, we showed how group actions can be used to generate Bell inequalities. The group action yields a set of measurement probabilities wh … - Sum-of-squares decompositions for a family of Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt-like inequalities and their application to self-testing

Author(s): Cédric Bamps and Stefano PironioWe introduce two families of sum-of-squares (SOS) decompositions for the Bell operators associated with the tilted Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt (CHSH) expressi … - Atom-mirror entanglement via cavity dissipation

Author(s): Lingchao Li, Xiangming Hu, Shi Rao, and Jun XuWe present a cavity dissipation scheme to prepare a hybrid system of an atomic ensemble and a moving mirror in squeezed and entangled states. T … - Casimir-Polder effect with thermally excited surfaces

Author(s): A. Laliotis and M. DucloyWe take a closer look at the fundamental Casimir-Polder (CP) interaction between quantum particles and dispersive dielectric surfaces with surface polariton or plas … - Modified and controllable dispersion interaction in a one-dimensional waveguide geometry

Author(s): Harald R. Haakh and Stefan ScheelDispersion interactions such as the van der Waals interaction between atoms or molecules derive from quantum fluctuations of the electromagnetic field and c … - Low-energy photoelectron dynamics in Kr 3d_{5/2} photoionization followed by Auger decay

Author(s): Qianxia Wang and S. D. LochThe effects induced during the process of inner-shell photoionization followed by Auger decay are investigated for the photoionization of Kr 3d_{5/2} in an extrem … - Generalized eikonal approximation for strong-field ionization

Author(s): F. Cajiao Vélez, K. Krajewska, and J. Z. KamińskiWe develop the eikonal perturbation theory to describe the strong-field ionization by finite laser pulses. This approach in the first order … - Graphene-nonlinearity unleashing at lasing threshold in graphene-assisted cavities

Author(s): Alessandro Ciattoni and Carlo RizzaWe investigate the nonlinear optical features of a graphene sheet embedded in an active cavity and we show that, when tuned near its lasing threshold, the … - Bloch-Siegert shift of the Rabi model

Author(s): Yiying Yan, Zhiguo Lü, and Hang ZhengWe apply a simple analytical method based on a unitary transformation to calculate the Bloch-Siegert (BS) shift over the entire driving-strength range. … - Direct measurement of general quantum states using strong measurement

Author(s): Ping Zou, Zhi-Ming Zhang, and Wei SongThe direct state measurement (DSM) based on the weak measurement has the advantage of simplicity, versatility, and directness. However, the weak measur … - Efficient synthesis of probabilistic quantum circuits with fallback

Author(s): Alex Bocharov, Martin Roetteler, and Krysta M. SvoreRepeat-until-success (RUS) circuits can approximate a given single-qubit unitary with an expected number of T gates of about 1/3 of what … - Quantum state transfer along a ring with time-reversal asymmetry

Author(s): Yang Liu and D. L. ZhouTime-reversal symmetry breaking can enhance or suppress the probability of success for quantum state transfer (QST), and remarkably it can be used to implement the di … - One-dimensional coinless quantum walks

Author(s): Renato Portugal, Stefan Boettcher, and Stefan FalknerA coinless, discrete-time quantum walk possesses a Hilbert space whose dimension is smaller compared to the widely studied coined walk. … - Triple excitations in perturbed relativistic coupled-cluster theory and electric dipole polarizability of group-IIB elements

Author(s): S. Chattopadhyay, B. K. Mani, and D. AngomWe use the perturbed relativistic coupled-cluster (PRCC) theory to compute the electric dipole polarizabilities α of Zn, Cd, and Hg. The computatio … - Strong competition between velocity-changing and phase- or state-changing collisions in H_{2} spectra perturbed by Ar

Author(s): P. Wcisło, F. Thibault, H. Cybulski, and R. CiuryłoA collisional inhomogeneous broadening of the H_{2} Q(1) line perturbed by Ar was observed for the first time 25 years ago. Several attemp … - Coherent chemistry with THz pulses: Ultrafast field-driven isomerization of LiNC

Author(s): L. A. Pellouchoud and E. J. ReedThe ability to coherently rearrange structures at the atomic scale is among the grand challenges of physical science. Some of the primary obstacles are nonad … - Green-function approach to the theory of tunneling ionization

Author(s): I. I. Fabrikant and L. B. ZhaoWe solve the problem of tunneling ionization of a multielectron atom in a static electric field by using the Green's function for the Stark-Coulomb proble … - Linear and circular dichroism in photoelectron angular distributions caused by electron correlation

Author(s): Yoshi-Ichi Suzuki and Toshinori SuzukiElectron correlation can break the symmetry of photoelectron angular distribution upon two-step ionization to a doubly degenerate ionic state via a dou … - In-trap fluorescence detection of atoms in a microscopic dipole trap

Author(s): A. J. Hilliard, Y. H. Fung, P. Sompet, A. V. Carpentier, and M. F. AndersenIn situ fluorescence detection of atoms in a dipole trap using a blue-detuned probe beam in addition to the standa … - Attosecond time delay in the photoionization of Mn in the region of the 3p→3d giant resonance

Author(s): V. K. Dolmatov, A. S. Kheifets, P. C. Deshmukh, and S. T. MansonInitial insight into time delay in Mn photoionization in the region of the 3p→,3d giant autoionization resonance is gained in … - Contrast decay in a trapped-atom interferometer

Author(s): A. Hilico, C. Solaro, M.-K. Zhou, M. Lopez, and F. Pereira dos SantosA Ramsey-Raman interferometer is used to realize a compact force sensor using cold ^{87}Rb atoms trapped in a vertical o … - Topological bands with a Chern number C=2 by dipolar exchange interactions

Author(s): David Peter, Norman Y. Yao, Nicolai Lang, Sebastian D. Huber, Mikhail D. Lukin, and Hans Peter BüchlerWe demonstrate the realization of topological band structures by exploiting the intrins … - Intensity- and phase-noise correlations in a dual-frequency vertical-external-cavity surface-emitting laser operating at telecom wavelength

Author(s): Syamsundar De, Ghaya Baili, Sophie Bouchoule, Mehdi Alouini, and Fabien BretenakerIntensity- and phase-noise correlations in a dual-frequency VECSEL are studied theoretically and experiment … - Multistable particle-field dynamics in cavity-generated optical lattices

Author(s): Dominik J. Winterauer, Wolfgang Niedenzu, and Helmut RitschPolarizable particles trapped in a resonator-sustained optical-lattice potential generate strong position-dependent backaction on … - Super-resolved optical lithography with phase controlled source

Author(s): Peilong Hong and Guoquan ZhangRecently, we have demonstrated that second-order subwavelength interference could be realized in an optical lithography scheme with an effective entangled sour … - Reconfigurable optical-force-drive chirp and delay line in micro- or nanofiber Bragg grating

Author(s): Wei Luo, Fei Xu, and Yan-qing LuThe emergence of optical micro- or nanofibers (MNFs) with subwavelength diameter, which have ultralight mass and an intense light field, provides an opportun … - Quantum noise effects with Kerr-nonlinearity enhancement in coupled gain-loss waveguides

Author(s): Bing He, Shu-Bin Yan, Jing Wang, and Min XiaoIt is generally difficult to study the dynamical properties of a quantum system with both inherent quantum noises and nonperturbative nonlineari … - Multiplexing scheme for simplified entanglement-based large-alphabet quantum key distribution

Author(s): Adetunmise C. DadaWe propose a practical quantum cryptographic scheme which combines high information capacity, such as provided by high-dimensional quantum entanglement, with the simplicit … - Local discrimination of four or more maximally entangled states

Author(s): Guojing Tian, Sixia Yu, Fei Gao, Qiaoyan Wen, and C. H. OhIn the 4⊗4 quantum system, four qubit lattice states are found to be either locally indistinguishable or distinguishable by using o … - Optimal control of fast and high-fidelity quantum gates with electron and nuclear spins of a nitrogen-vacancy center in diamond

Author(s): Yi Chou, Shang-Yu Huang, and Hsi-Sheng GoanA negatively charged nitrogen-vacancy (NV) center in diamond has been recognized as a good solid-state qubit. A system consisting of the electroni … - Measurement-assisted Landau-Zener transitions

Author(s): Alexander Pechen and Anton TrushechkinNonselective quantum measurements, i.e., measurements without reading the results, are often considered as a resource for manipulating quantum systems. … - Dipole and nondipole photoionization of molecular hydrogen

Author(s): B. Zimmermann, V. McKoy, S. H. Southworth, E. P. Kanter, B. Krässig, and R. WehlitzWe describe a theoretical approach to molecular photoionization that includes first-order corrections to t … - Fast expansions and compressions of trapped-ion chains

Author(s): M. Palmero, S. Martínez-Garaot, J. Alonso, J. P. Home, and J. G. MugaWe investigate the dynamics under diabatic expansions or compressions of linear ion chains. Combining a dynamical normal … - Spin squeezing by tensor twisting and Lipkin-Meshkov-Glick dynamics in a toroidal Bose-Einstein condensate with spatially modulated nonlinearity

Author(s): Tomáš Opatrný, Michal Kolář, and Kunal K. DasWe propose a scheme for spin squeezing in the orbital motion of a Bose-Einstein condensate in a toroidal trap. A circular lattice couples two co … - Scaling of fluctuations in a trapped binary condensate

Author(s): R. N. Bisset, R. M. Wilson, and C. TicknorWe demonstrate that measurements of number fluctuations within finite cells provide a direct means to study susceptibility scaling in a trapped two … - Many-body processes in black and gray matter-wave solitons

Author(s): Sven Krönke and Peter SchmelcherWe perform a comparative beyond-mean-field study of black and gray solitonic excitations in a finite ensemble of ultracold bosons confined to a one-dimension … - Critical velocity for vortex shedding in a Bose-Einstein condensate

Author(s): Woo Jin Kwon, Geol Moon, Sang Won Seo, and Y. ShinWe present measurements of the critical velocity for vortex shedding in a highly oblate Bose-Einstein condensate with a moving repulsive Ga … - Transverse periodic PT symmetry for modal demultiplexing in optical waveguides

Author(s): Henri Benisty, Anatole Lupu, and Aloyse DegironMultimode waveguides can be used as multichannel devices to push the transmission bandwidth of optical signals to its limits, provided demulti … - Twisting tensor and spin squeezing

Author(s): Tomás̆ OpatrnýA unified tensor description of quadratic spin squeezing interactions is proposed, covering the single- and two-axis twisting as special cases of a general scheme. A closed se … - Gap solitons in PT-symmetric lattices with a lower refractive-index core

Author(s): Liangwei Dong, Linlin Gu, and Dengchu GuoWe address the existence and stability properties of families of gap solitons in a lower refractive-index core, sandwiched between two optical latti … - Generalized Gibbs ensembles for quantum field theories

Author(s): F. H. L. Essler, G. Mussardo, and M. PanfilWe consider the nonequilibrium dynamics in quantum field theories (QFTs). After being prepared in a density matrix that is not an eigenstate of th … - Pseudomodes and the corresponding transformation of the temperature-dependent bath correlation function

Author(s): David W. Schönleber, Alexander Croy, and Alexander EisfeldIn open-system approaches with non-Markovian environments, the process of inserting an individual mode (denoted as “pseudomode”) in … - Evolution equation for geometric quantum correlation measures

Author(s): Ming-Liang Hu and Heng FanA simple relation is established for the evolution equation of quantum-information-processing protocols such as quantum teleportation, remote state preparation, Be … - Superoscillations underlying remote state preparation for relativistic fields

Author(s): Ran Ber, Oded Kenneth, and Benni ReznikWe present a physical (gedanken) implementation of a generalized remote state preparation of relativistic quantum field states for an arbitrary set of … - Strategies for reducing the light shift in atomic clocks

Author(s): Hidetoshi Katori, V. D. Ovsiannikov, S. I. Marmo, and V. G. PalchikovRecent progress in optical lattice clocks requires unprecedented precision in controlling systematic uncertainties at th … - Phase-sensitive Kerr nonlinearity for closed-loop quantum systems

Author(s): H. R. Hamedi and G. JuzeliūnasThe third-order susceptibility is investigated in a five-level atomic system in which the laser beams couple the ground state to a four-level closed-loop syste … - Chiral discrimination in optical binding

Author(s): Kayn A. Forbes and David L. AndrewsThe laser-induced intermolecular force that exists between two or more particles in the presence of an electromagnetic field is commonly termed “optical b …