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Author(s): K. Kimura, S. Nakatsuji, and T. KimuraSeveral pyrochlore antiferromagnets are being considered as candidate materials where geometrical frustration may lead to quantum spin-liquid states. I … - First-principles study of vibrational and noncollinear magnetic properties of the perovskite to postperovskite pressure transition of NaMnF3

Author(s): A. C. Garcia-Castro, A. H. Romero, and E. BousquetWe performed a first-principles study of the structural, vibrational, electronic, and magnetic properties of NaMnF3 under applied isotropic … - Magnetic domain growth in geometrically frustrated Ising antiferromagnets Co1−xMgxNb2O6 (x=0 and 0.004) as seen via time-resolved neutron diffraction measurements

Author(s): Taro Nakajima, Setsuo Mitsuda, Yu Inomoto, Karel Prokes, Vadim Sikolenko, Sebastian Gerischer, and Satoru KobayashiWe have investigated anomalously slow magnetic domain growth in an antifer … - Universal power law in crossover from integrability to quantum chaos

Author(s): Ranjan Modak, Subroto Mukerjee, and Sriram RamaswamyWe study models of interacting fermions in one dimension to investigate the crossover from integrability to nonintegrability, i.e., quant … - Semiconducting ferroelectric perovskites with intermediate bands via B-site Bi5+ doping

Author(s): Lai Jiang, Ilya Grinberg, Fenggong Wang, Steve M. Young, Peter K. Davies, and Andrew M. RappeWe propose B-site Bi5+-doped ferroelectric perovskite materials as suitable candidates for the b … - Stacking-dependent energetics and electronic structure of ultrathin polymorphic V2VI3 topological insulator nanofilms

Author(s): Can Li, Torben Winzer, Aron Walsh, Binghai Yan, Catherine Stampfl, and Aloysius SoonTopological insulators represent a paradigm shift in surface physics. The most extensively studied Bi2Se3 … - Two-dimensional fermionic Hong-Ou-Mandel interference with massless Dirac fermions

Author(s): M. A. Khan and Michael N. LeuenbergerWe propose a two-dimensional Hong-Ou-Mandel (HOM) type interference experiment for massless Dirac fermions in graphene and 3D topological insulators. Si … - Origin of photoresponse in black phosphorus phototransistors

Author(s): Tony Low, Michael Engel, Mathias Steiner, and Phaedon AvourisExperimental measurements of the photoresponse in doped multilayer black phosphorus phototransistors show that the photocurrent … - Transport signatures of superconducting hybrids with mixed singlet and chiral triplet states

Author(s): Pablo Burset, Felix Keidel, Yukio Tanaka, Naoto Nagaosa, and Björn TrauzettelWe propose a model for a superconductor where both spin-singlet and chiral triplet pairing amplitudes can coexis … - Anisotropic phonon coupling in the relaxor ferroelectric (Na1/2Bi1/2)TiO3 near its high-temperature phase transition

Author(s): Ling Cai, Jean Toulouse, Haosu Luo, and Wei TianThe lead free relaxor Na1/2Bi1/2TiO3 (NBT) undergoes a structural cubic-to-tetragonal transition near 800 K which is caused by the cooperativ … - Possible coupling between magnons and phonons in multiferroic CaMn7O12

Author(s): Filip Kadlec, Veronica Goian, Christelle Kadlec, Martin Kempa, Přemysl Vaněk, Jon Taylor, Stéphane Rols, Jan Prokleška, Milan Orlita, and Stanislav KambaSpin and lattice dynamics of CaMn7O1 … - Domain-wall structure in thin films with perpendicular anisotropy: Magnetic force microscopy and polarized neutron reflectometry study

Author(s): David Navas, Carolina Redondo, Giovanni A. Badini Confalonieri, Francisco Batallan, Anton Devishvili, Óscar Iglesias-Freire, Agustina Asenjo, Caroline A. Ross, and Boris P. TopervergFerroma … - Tunneling conductance and spin transport in clean ferromagnet/ferromagnet/superconductor heterostructures

Author(s): Chien-Te Wu, Oriol T. Valls, and Klaus HaltermanWe present a transfer matrix approach that combines the Blonder-Tinkham-Klapwijk formalism and self-consistent solutions to the Bogoliubov–de … - Comment on “Vortices induced in a superconducting loop by asymmetric kinetic inductance and their detection in transport measurements”

Author(s): V. L. Gurtovoi and A. V. NikulovThe paper by G. R. Berdiyorov, M. V. Milosevic, and F. M. Peeters [Phys. Rev. B 81, 144511 (2010)PRBMDO10.1103/PhysRevB.81.144511] studies theoretically the … - Reply to “Comment on ‘Vortices induced in a superconducting loop by asymmetric kinetic inductance and their detection in transport measurements’ ”

Author(s): G. R. Berdiyorov, M. V. Milošević, and F. M. PeetersOur calculations, within known limitations of Ginzburg-Landau theory, are fully correct and valid for transport phenomena in asymmetric m … - Conservation laws protect dynamic spin correlations from decay: Limited role of integrability in the central spin model

Author(s): Götz S. Uhrig, Johannes Hackmann, Daniel Stanek, Joachim Stolze, and Frithjof B. AndersMazur's inequality renders statements about persistent correlations possible. We generalize it in … - Majorana fermions from Shiba states in an antiferromagnetic chain on top of a superconductor

Author(s): Andreas Heimes, Panagiotis Kotetes, and Gerd SchönWe propose a new mechanism for topological superconductivity based on an antiferromagnetically ordered chain of magnetic atoms on the surfa … - Atomistic origin of huge response functions at the morphotropic phase boundary of (1− x)Na0.5Bi0.5TiO3-xBaTiO3

Author(s): K. Datta, A. Richter, M. Göbbels, R. B. Neder, and B. MihailovaThe ferroelectric solid solution (1− x)Na0.5Bi0.5TiO3-BaTiO3 (NBT-xBT) is a promising material to substitute for the environme … - Crystallography and physical properties of BaCo2As2,Ba0.94K0.06Co2As2, and Ba0.78K0.22Co2As2

Author(s): V. K. Anand, D. G. Quirinale, Y. Lee, B. N. Harmon, Y. Furukawa, V. V. Ogloblichev, A. Huq, D. L. Abernathy, P. W. Stephens, R. J. McQueeney, A. Kreyssig, A. I. Goldman, and D. C. JohnstonT … - Interpretation of van der Waals density functionals

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Author(s): Wen-Jia Rao, Xin Wan, and Guang-Ming ZhangUnder an appropriate symmetric extensive bipartition in a one-dimensional symmetry-protected topological (SPT) phase, a bulk critical-entanglement … - Ultrafast dissociation of triplets in pentacene induced by an electric field

Author(s): Ajay Ram Srimath Kandada, Annamaria Petrozza, and Guglielmo LanzaniSinglet fission into a pair of triplet excitons in pentacene is envisaged to be a potential carrier multiplication route i … - Deposition of cobalt atoms onto Alq3 films: A molecular dynamics study

Author(s): Yun-Peng Wang, Xiu-Feng Han, James N. Fry, Jeffrey L. Krause, X.-G. Zhang, and Hai-Ping ChengThe charge and spin injections into semiconductors are determined by the quality of the electrod … - Projective versus weak measurement of charge in a mesoscopic conductor

Author(s): D. Oehri, A. V. Lebedev, G. B. Lesovik, and G. BlatterWe study the charge dynamics of a quantum dot as measured by a nearby quantum point contact probing the dot via individual single-parti … - Indirect doping effects from impurities in MoS2/h-BN heterostructures

Author(s): Roland Gillen, John Robertson, and Janina MaultzschWe performed density functional theory calculations on heterostructures of single layers of hexagonal BN and MoS2 to assess the effect of … - Spontaneous parity breaking in spin-orbital coupled systems

Author(s): Satoru Hayami, Hiroaki Kusunose, and Yukitoshi MotomeEffects of spontaneous parity breaking by charge, spin, and orbital orders are investigated in a two-band Hubbard model on a honeycomb l … - Calculating the entanglement spectrum in quantum Monte Carlo with application to ab initio Hamiltonians

Author(s): Norm M. Tubman and D. ChangMo YangSeveral algorithms have been proposed to calculate the spatial entanglement spectrum from high order Rényi entropies and maximum entropy techniques. We pre … - Spectroscopy of equilibrium and nonequilibrium charge transfer in semiconductor quantum structures

Author(s): C. Rössler, S. Burkhard, T. Krähenmann, M. Röösli, P. Märki, J. Basset, T. Ihn, K. Ensslin, C. Reichl, and W. WegscheiderWe investigate equilibrium and nonequilibrium charge-transfer proces … - Phase diagram of the Kane-Mele-Coulomb model

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Author(s): Hamed Koochaki Kelardeh, Vadym Apalkov, and Mark I. StockmanWe find theoretically the energy spectrum of a graphene monolayer in a strong constant electric field using a tight-binding model … - Weak localization in low-symmetry quantum wells

Author(s): F. V. Porubaev and L. E. GolubTheory of weak localization is developed for electrons in semiconductor quantum wells grown along [110] and [111] crystallographic axes. Anomalous conductivity … - Electron states in a double quantum dot with broken axial symmetry

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Author(s): S. Alireza Ghasemi, Thomas J. Lenosky, Maximilian Amsler, Ali Sadeghi, Luigi Genovese, and Stefan GoedeckerWe present a systematic study on hydrogenated silicon m vacancies above saturation … - Mechanism of interfacial magnetoelectric coupling in composite multiferroics

Author(s): C.-L. Jia, T.-L. Wei, C.-J. Jiang, D.-S. Xue, A. Sukhov, and J. BerakdarWe work out theoretically a mechanism for magnetoelectric (ME) coupling driven by a buildup of an interfacial spiral … - ESR evidence for partial melting of the orbital order in LaMnO3 below the Jahn-Teller transition

Author(s): S. Schaile, H.-A. Krug von Nidda, J. Deisenhofer, M. V. Eremin, Y. Tokura, and A. LoidlWe report on high-temperature electron spin resonance studies of a detwinned LaMnO3 single crystal acr … - Josephson junction ratchet: The impact of finite capacitances

Author(s): Jakub Spiechowicz, Peter Hänggi, and Jerzy ŁuczkaWe study transport in an asymmetric superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) which is composed of a loop with three capacitively … - Chiral d-wave superconductivity on the honeycomb lattice close to the Mott state

Author(s): Annica M. Black-Schaffer, Wei Wu, and Karyn Le HurWe study superconductivity on the honeycomb lattice close to the Mott state at half filling. Due to the sixfold lattice symmetry and disjoi … - Absence of time-reversal symmetry breaking in the noncentrosymmetric superconductor Mo3Al2C

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Author(s): Peter Scherpelz, Adam Rançon, Yan He, and K. LevinEssential to understanding the cuprate pseudogap phase is a study of the charge (and spin) response functions, which we address here via a … - Pathways towards ferroelectricity in hafnia

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Author(s): Hoi-Yin Hui, Jay D. Sau, and S. Das SarmaDisorder is known to suppress the gap of a topological superconducting state that would support non-Abelian Majorana zero modes. In this paper, we s … - Probing electron interactions in a two-dimensional system by quantum magneto-oscillations

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Author(s): Tony Low, A. S. Rodin, A. Carvalho, Yongjin Jiang, Han Wang, Fengnian Xia, and A. H. Castro NetoBlack phosphorus thin films might offer attractive alternatives to narrow-gap compound semico … - Coherent single-spin source based on topological insulators

Author(s): Yanxia Xing, Zhong-liu Yang, Qing-feng Sun, and Jian WangWe report on the injection of quantized pure spin current into quantum conductors. In particular, we propose an on-demand single-spi … - Interplay between exchange interaction and magnetic field gradient in a double quantum dot with two individual electron spin qubits

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Author(s): Xiangming Liu, Neul Ha, Hideaki Nakajima, Takaaki Mano, Takashi Kuroda, Bernhard Urbaszek, Hidekazu Kumano, Ikuo Suemune, Yoshiki Sakuma, and Kazuaki SakodaThe emission cascade of a single … - Cooperative robustness to dephasing: Single-exciton superradiance in a nanoscale ring to model natural light-harvesting systems

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Author(s): A. M. Cook, C. Hickey, and A. ParamekantiMotivated by the experimental discovery of the quantum anomalous Hall effect and the interest in quantum phase transitions of correlated electrons, … - Electronic structure of stacking faults in rhombohedral graphite

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Author(s): R. Ramos, M. H. Aguirre, A. Anadón, J. Blasco, I. Lucas, K. Uchida, P. A. Algarabel, L. Morellón, E. Saitoh, and M. R. IbarraWe report a complete characterization of the anomalous Nernst ef … - Raman scattering investigation of the electron-phonon coupling in superconducting Nd(O,F)BiS2

Author(s): S. F. Wu, P. Richard, X. B. Wang, C. S. Lian, S. M. Nie, J. T. Wang, N. L. Wang, and H. DingWe have performed polarized Raman scattering measurements on the newly discovered superconductor … - Order by disorder or energetic selection of the ground state in the XY pyrochlore antiferromagnet Er2Ti2O7: An inelastic neutron scattering study

Author(s): Sylvain Petit, Julien Robert, Solène Guitteny, Pierre Bonville, Claudia Decorse, Jacques Ollivier, Hannu Mutka, Michel J. P. Gingras, and Isabelle MirebeauExamples of materials where an “or … - Uniaxial-pressure control of geometrical spin frustration in an Ising antiferromagnet CoNb2O6 via anisotropic deformation of the isosceles lattice

Author(s): S. Kobayashi, S. Hosaka, H. Tamatsukuri, T. Nakajima, S. Mitsuda, K. Prokeš, and K. KieferWe report neutron diffraction measurement results for an Ising antiferromagnet CoNb2O6 under uniaxi … - Theoretical study of the structure of boron carbide B13C2

Author(s): Koun Shirai, Kyohei Sakuma, and Naoki UemuraWe have resolved long-standing discrepancies between the theoretical and experimental crystal structures of boron carbide B13C2. Theoretical stud … - Critical slowing down and elastic anomaly of uniaxial ferroelectric Ca0.28Ba0.72Nb2O6 crystals with tungsten bronze structure

Author(s): K. Suzuki, K. Matsumoto, J. Dec, T. Łukasiewicz, W. Kleemann, and S. KojimaThe ferroelectric phase transition of uniaxial Ca0.28Ba0.72Nb2O6 single crystals with a moderate effective charge … - Crystal-field interaction and oxygen stoichiometry effects in strontium-doped rare-earth cobaltates

Author(s): A. Furrer, A. Podlesnyak, M. Frontzek, I. Sashin, J. P. Embs, E. Mitberg, and E. PomjakushinaInelastic neutron scattering was employed to study the crystal-field interaction in the strontiu … - Dynamic behavior of magnetic avalanches in the spin-ice compound Dy2Ti2O7

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Author(s): S. Shahab Naghavi and Erio TosattiAlkali-doped aromatic compounds have shown evidence of metallic and superconducting phases whose precise nature is still mysterious. In potassium and rubid … - Entanglement spreading after a geometric quench in quantum spin chains

Author(s): Vincenzo Alba and Fabian Heidrich-MeisnerWe investigate the entanglement spreading in the anisotropic spin-1/2 Heisenberg (XXZ) chain after a geometric quench. This corresponds to a sudden … - Local environment effects on a charge carrier injected into an Ising chain

Author(s): Mirko Möller and Mona BerciuWe present numerically exact results for the spectral function of a single charge carrier that is injected into an Ising chain at finite temperature T. Both ferr … - Lifetime reduction of a quantum emitter with quasiperiodic metamaterials

Author(s): Yuto Moritake, Kazuyuki Nakayama, Toshihiro Suzuki, Hiroyuki Kurosawa, Toshiyuki Kodama, Satoshi Tomita, Hisao Yanagi, and Teruya IshiharaEnhancement of light-matter interaction of a quantu … - Exchange integrals in Mn- and Co-doped II-VI semiconductors

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Author(s): S. Sobkowiak, D. Semkat, and H. StolzWe theoretically analyze the relaxation of paraexcitons in cuprous oxide due to exciton-phonon and exciton-exciton scattering. Particular attention is p … - Plasmons in a superlattice of fullerenes or metallic shells

Author(s): Antonios Balassis and Godfrey GumbsA theory for the collective plasma excitations in a linear periodic array of spherical two-dimensional electron gases (S2DEGs) is presented. This is a sim … - Spontaneous vortex state and ϕ-junction in a superconducting bijunction with a localized spin

Author(s): Denis Feinberg and C. A. BalseiroA Josephson bijunction made of three superconductors connected by a quantum dot is considered in the regime where the dot carries a magnetic moment. In the … - Publisher's Note: Honeycomb lattice with multiorbital structure: Topological and quantum anomalous Hall insulators with large gaps [Phys. Rev. B 90, 075114 (2014)]

Author(s): Gu-Feng Zhang, Yi Li, and Congjun Wu[Phys. Rev. B 90, 079904] Published Tue Aug 26, 2014 - Publisher's Note: Effect of dynamical spectral weight redistribution on effective interactions in time-resolved spectroscopy [Phys. Rev. B 90, 075126 (2014)]

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Author(s): Marcin M. Wysokiński, Marcin Abram, and Józef SpałekThe Anderson lattice model is used to explain the principal features of the heavy fermion compound UGe2 by means of the generalized Gutzw … - Lattice model for fermionic toric code

Author(s): Zheng-Cheng Gu, Zhenghan Wang, and Xiao-Gang WenThe Z2 topological order in Z2 spin liquid and in the exactly solvable Kitaev toric code model is the simplest topological order for 2 + 1D b … - First-principles description of charge transfer in donor-acceptor compounds from self-consistent many-body perturbation theory

Author(s): Fabio Caruso, Viktor Atalla, Xinguo Ren, Angel Rubio, Matthias Scheffler, and Patrick RinkeWe investigate charge transfer in prototypical molecular donor-acceptor compounds using hybrid den … - Spin imbalance in hybrid superconducting structures with spin-active interfaces

Author(s): Oleksii Shevtsov and Tomas LöfwanderWe consider a heterostructure consisting of a normal metal and a superconductor separated by a spin-active interface. At finite-bias voltages, spin-filte … - Enhanced thermoelectric performance of phosphorene by strain-induced band convergence

Author(s): H. Y. Lv, W. J. Lu, D. F. Shao, and Y. P. SunThe newly emerging monolayer phosphorene was recently predicted to be a promising thermoelectric material. In this work, we propose to further e … - Negative correlation between charge carrier density and mobility fluctuations in graphene

Author(s): Jianming Lu, Jie Pan, Sheng-Shiuan Yeh, Haijing Zhang, Yuan Zheng, Qihong Chen, Zhe Wang, Bing Zhang, Juhn-Jong Lin, and Ping ShengBy carrying out simultaneous longitudinal and Hall measure … - Correlation between the ionic potential and thermal stability of metal borohydrides: First-principles investigations

Author(s): Piotr Błoński and Zbigniew ŁodzianaMetal borohydrides are intensively studied because of their potential applications as versatile hydrogen storage. The relation between the formation entha … - Cubic scaling algorithm for the random phase approximation: Self-interstitials and vacancies in Si

Author(s): Merzuk Kaltak, Jiří Klimeš, and Georg KresseThe random phase approximation (RPA) to the correlation energy is among the most promising methods to obtain accurate correlation energy differen … - Wave propagation in twisted metamaterials

Author(s): Amir Nader Askarpour, Yang Zhao, and Andrea AlùTwisted metamaterials, i.e. arrays of identical planar metasurfaces stacked with a sequential rotation, offer new possibilities for manipulati … - Spatial nonuniformity in heat transport across hybrid material interfaces

Author(s): Yansha Jin, Chen Shao, John Kieffer, Michael L. Falk, and Max ShteinSuccessful thermal management in nanostructured devices relies on control of interfacial thermal transport. Recent measur … - Anisotropic criteria for the type of superconductivity

Author(s): V. G. Kogan and R. ProzorovThe classical criterion for classification of superconductors as type I or type II based on the isotropic Ginzburg-Landau theory is generalized to arbitrary tempe … - Quantum critical point in the superconducting transition on the surface of a topological insulator

Author(s): Dingping Li, Baruch Rosenstein, B. Ya. Shapiro, and I. ShapiroPairing in the Weyl semimetal appearing on the surface of a topological insulator is considered. It is shown that due to an “ul … - Testing the dx2−y2*-wave pairing symmetry by quasiparticle interference and Knight shift in BiS2-based superconductors

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