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Author(s): V. A. LevashovIn order to gain insight into the connection between the vibrational dynamics and the atomic-level Green-Kubo stress correlation function in liquids, we consider this connecti … - Momentum-dependent lifetime broadening of electron energy loss spectra: Sum rule constraints and an asymmetric rectangle toy model

Author(s): C. T. Chantler and J. D. BourkeElectron energy loss spectra enable a detailed quantification of the electronic loss mechanisms in a target solid, particularly in the low-energy region domin … - Two-step antiferromagnetic transition and moderate triangular frustration in Li2Co(WO4)2

Author(s): I. Panneer Muthuselvam, R. Sankar, A. V. Ushakov, G. Narsinga Rao, Sergey V. Streltsov, and F. C. ChouWe present a detailed investigation of the magnetic properties of the spin-32 system Li … - Giant magnetoelectric effect in magnetic tunnel junctions coupled to an electromagnetic environment

Author(s): Mircea Trif and Pascal SimonWe study the magnetization dynamics in ferromagnet-insulator-ferromagnet and ferromagnet-insulator-normal metal ultrasmall tunnel junctions, and the associated v … - Pairing interaction near a nematic quantum critical point of a three-band CuO2 model

Author(s): T. A. Maier and D. J. ScalapinoHere we calculate the pairing interaction and the k dependence of the gap function associated with the nematic charge fluctuations of a CuO2 model. We find th … - Erratum: Magnetic-field control of the electric polarization in BiMnO3 [Phys. Rev. B 82, 094425 (2010)]

Author(s): I. V. Solovyev and Z. V. Pchelkina[Phys. Rev. B 90, 179909] Published Fri Nov 21, 2014 - Erratum: Spin-spiral inhomogeneity as the origin of ferroelectric activity in orthorhombic manganites [Phys. Rev. B 83, 054404 (2011)]

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Author(s): Stefan Günther, Carlo Spezzani, Roberta Ciprian, Cesare Grazioli, Barbara Ressel, Marcello Coreno, Luca Poletto, Paolo Miotti, Maurizio Sacchi, Giancarlo Panaccione, Vojtěch Uhlíř, Eric E. … - Phase transitions and antiferroelectricity in BiFeO3 from atomic-level simulations

Author(s): M. Graf, M. Sepliarsky, S. Tinte, and M. G. StachiottiThe structural and polar properties of BiFeO3 at finite temperature are investigated using an atomistic shell model fitted to first-pri … - Monopole ordered phases in dipolar and nearest-neighbors Ising pyrochlore: From spin ice to the all-in–all-out antiferromagnet

Author(s): P. C. Guruciaga, S. A. Grigera, and R. A. BorziWe study Ising pyrochlores by means of Monte Carlo simulations. We cover a set of exchange constants ranging from the frustrated ferromagnetic … - Ferroelectricity in spiral short-range-ordered magnetic state of spinel MnCr2O4: Significance of topological frustration and magnetoelastic coupling

Author(s): K. Dey, S. Majumdar, and S. GiriWe report the appearance of ferroelectricity below TS=18 K, at which short-ranged spiral spin orders, suggesting that MnCr2O4 is an improper multiferroic mat … - Spin dependence of ferroelectric polarization in the double exchange model for manganites

Author(s): I. V. Solovyev and S. A. NikolaevThe double exchange (DE) model is systematically applied for studying the coupling between ferroelectric (FE) and magnetic orders in several prototypical ty … - Quantum oscillations in CuxBi2Se3 in high magnetic fields

Author(s): B. J. Lawson, G. Li, F. Yu, T. Asaba, C. Tinsman, T. Gao, W. Wang, Y. S. Hor, and Lu LiCuxBi2Se3 has drawn much attention as the leading candidate to be the first topological superconductor … - Prediction of subgap states in Zn- and Sn-based oxides using various exchange-correlation functionals

Author(s): Wolfgang Körner, Daniel F. Urban, David Muñoz Ramo, Paul D. Bristowe, and Christian ElsässerWe present a density-functional-theory analysis of crystalline and amorphous Zn- and Sn-based oxi … - Plaquette order in a dimerized frustrated spin ladder

Author(s): Ofer Shlagman and Efrat ShimshoniWe study the effect of dimerization (due to, e.g., spin-Peierls instability) on the phase diagram of a frustrated antiferromagnetic spin-1/2 ladder, with we … - First-principles study of HgTe/CdTe heterostructures under perturbations preserving time-reversal symmetry

Author(s): Jonas Anversa, Paulo Piquini, Adalberto Fazzio, and Tome M. SchmidtThe observation of the quantum spin Hall effect without the need of an external magnetic field in HgTe/CdTe heterostructur … - Broadband optical properties of large-area monolayer CVD molybdenum disulfide

Author(s): Wei Li, A. Glen Birdwell, Matin Amani, Robert A. Burke, Xi Ling, Yi-Hsien Lee, Xuelei Liang, Lianmao Peng, Curt A. Richter, Jing Kong, David J. Gundlach, and N. V. NguyenRecently emerging l … - Spectral butterfly, mixed Dirac-Schrödinger fermion behavior, and topological states in armchair uniaxial strained graphene

Author(s): Pedro Roman-Taboada and Gerardo G. NaumisAn exact mapping of the tight-binding Hamiltonian for a graphene nanoribbon under any armchair uniaxial strain into an effective one-dimensional sys … - Nodal adsorbate bound states in armchair graphene nanoribbons: Fano resonances and adsorbate recognition in weak disorder

Author(s): C. H. Chiu and C. S. ChuWe consider adsorbates on metallic armchair-graphene nanoribbons (AGNRs). An adsorbed atom on a nodal site of the gapless subband in the AGNR is found to induce a bo … - Testing the Monte Carlo–mean field approximation in the one-band Hubbard model

Author(s): Anamitra Mukherjee, Niravkumar D. Patel, Shuai Dong, Steve Johnston, Adriana Moreo, and Elbio DagottoThe canonical one-band Hubbard model is studied using a computational method that mixes … - Brillouin zone unfolding method for effective phonon spectra

Author(s): Timothy B. Boykin, Arvind Ajoy, Hesameddin Ilatikhameneh, Michael Povolotskyi, and Gerhard KlimeckThermal properties are of great interest in modern electronic devices and nanostructures. C … - Model of fragmentation of the exciton inner ring in semiconductor quantum wells

Author(s): A. A. Chernyuk, V. I. Sugakov, and V. V. TomylkoThe appearance of nonhomogeneous structures of the indirect exciton density distribution in the region of the quantum well (in the region of … - Spin manipulation and spin-lattice interaction in magnetic colloidal quantum dots

Author(s): Fabrizio Moro, Lyudmila Turyanska, Josef Granwehr, and Amalia PatanèWe report on the spin-lattice interaction and coherent manipulation of electron spins in Mn-doped colloidal PbS quantum d … - Distributions of electron waiting times in quantum-coherent conductors

Author(s): Géraldine Haack, Mathias Albert, and Christian FlindtThe distribution of electron waiting times is useful to characterize quantum transport in mesoscopic structures. Here we consider a gene … - Mechanisms of anomalous compressibility of vitreous silica

Author(s): Alisha N. Clark, Charles E. Lesher, Steven D. Jacobsen, and Sabyasachi SenThe anomalous compressibility of vitreous silica has been known for nearly a century, but the mechanisms responsibl … - Local structure response of phase separation and iron-vacancy order in KxFe2−ySe2 superconductor

Author(s): A. Iadecola, B. Joseph, M. Bendele, G. Aquilanti, H. Takeya, Y. Mizuguchi, Y. Takano, T. Mizokawa, and N. L. SainiWe have studied the local structure of a KxFe2−ySe2 superconductor across t … - Proximity-induced superconductivity in Weyl semimetals

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Author(s): M. Kobylko, M. Kociak, Y. Sato, K. Urita, A. M. Bonnot, A. Kasumov, Y. Kasumov, K. Suenaga, and C. ColliexUsing the liquid metal contact method for in-situ electron transport measurements i … - Tunneling anisotropic thermopower and Seebeck effects in magnetic tunnel junctions

Author(s): Carlos López-Monís, Alex Matos-Abiague, and Jaroslav FabianThe tunneling anisotropic magnetothermopower (TAMT) and the tunneling anisotropic spin-Seebeck (TASS) effects are studied for a ma … - Particle moment canting in CoFe2O4 nanoparticles

Author(s): K. Hasz, Y. Ijiri, K. L. Krycka, J. A. Borchers, R. A. Booth, S. Oberdick, and S. A. MajetichPolarization-analyzed small-angle neutron scattering methods are used to determine the spin morp … - Impact of interstitial oxygen on the electronic and magnetic structure in superconducting Fe1+yTeOx thin films

Author(s): Hefei Hu, Ji-Hwan Kwon, Mao Zheng, Can Zhang, Laura H. Greene, James N. Eckstein, and Jian-Min ZuoInterstitial oxygen critical to the emergence of superconductivity in Fe1+yTeOx thin films … - Dynamic freezing and defect suppression in the tilted one-dimensional Bose-Hubbard model

Author(s): U. Divakaran and K. SenguptaWe study the dynamics of a tilted one-dimensional Bose-Hubbard model for two distinct protocols using numerical diagonalization for a finite sized system (N≤18). … - Spin and orbital magnetic moments of size-selected iron, cobalt, and nickel clusters

Author(s): A. Langenberg, K. Hirsch, A. Ławicki, V. Zamudio-Bayer, M. Niemeyer, P. Chmiela, B. Langbehn, A. Terasaki, B. v. Issendorff, and J. T. LauSpin and orbital magnetic moments of cationic iron, … - Interplay of charge, spin, and lattice degrees of freedom in the spectral properties of the one-dimensional Hubbard-Holstein model

Author(s): A. Nocera, M. Soltanieh-ha, C. A. Perroni, V. Cataudella, and A. E. FeiguinWe calculate the spectral function of the one-dimensional Hubbard-Holstein model using the time-dependent density … - Cumulant expansion for phonon contributions to the electron spectral function

Author(s): S. M. Story, J. J. Kas, F. D. Vila, M. J. Verstraete, and J. J. RehrWe describe an approach for calculations of phonon contributions to the electron spectral function, including both quasip … - Optical and transport properties and the structural identification of IrTe2

Author(s): Kyoo Kim, Sooran Kim, and B. I. MinIrTe2 exhibits a structural phase transition at Ts∼280 K. Utilizing the density functional theory, we have simulated optical spectra above and below Ts. S … - Dynamical competition between quantum Hall and quantum spin Hall effects

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Author(s): M. R. Shcherbakov, P. P. Vabishchevich, A. Yu. Frolov, T. V. Dolgova, and A. A. FedyaninA time-resolved study of the transverse magneto-optic Kerr effect at femtosecond timescales. When 45- … - Three-dimensional quantum spin liquids in models of harmonic-honeycomb iridates and phase diagram in an infinite-D approximation

Author(s): Itamar Kimchi, James G. Analytis, and Ashvin VishwanathMotivated by the recent synthesis of two insulating Li2IrO3 polymorphs, where Ir4+ Seff=1/2 moments form 3D (“harmonic”) honeycomb str … - Floquet engineering of long-range p-wave superconductivity

Author(s): M. Benito, A. Gómez-León, V. M. Bastidas, T. Brandes, and G. PlateroFloquet Majorana fermions appear as steady states at the boundary of time-periodic topological phases of matter. In this … - Interplay between structure and electronic properties of layered transition-metal dichalcogenides: Comparing the loss function of 1T and 2H polymorphs

Author(s): Pierluigi Cudazzo, Matteo Gatti, and Angel RubioTransition-metal dichalcogenides (TMD) share the same global layered structure, but distinct polymorphs are characterized by different local … - Emergence of localized magnetic moments near antiferromagnetic quantum criticality

Author(s): Ki-Seok KimWe revisit an antiferromagnetic quantum phase transition with Q=2kF, where Q is an ordering wave vector and kF is a Fermi momentum. Reformulating the Hertz-Moriya-Millis theory w … - Negative initial phase shift of Kerr rotation generated from the building-up process of resident electron spin polarization in a CdTe single quantum well

Author(s): L.-P. Yan, M. Kurosawa, R. Kaji, G. Karczewski, S. Takeyama, and S. AdachiInitial phase shift in a precessional motion of resident electron-spin polarization is studied in a CdTe/Cd0.85Mg0. … - Nuclear magnetic resonance inverse spectra of InGaAs quantum dots: Atomistic level structural information

Author(s): Ceyhun Bulutay, E. A. Chekhovich, and A. I. TartakovskiiA wealth of atomistic information is contained within a self-assembled quantum dot (QD), associated with its chemical composition and … - Quantum percolation transition in three dimensions: Density of states, finite-size scaling, and multifractality

Author(s): László Ujfalusi and Imre VargaThe phase diagram of the metal-insulator transition in a three-dimensional quantum percolation problem is investigated numerically based on the multifractal an … - Spin-orbit torques in Co/Pt(111) and Mn/W(001) magnetic bilayers from first principles

Author(s): Frank Freimuth, Stefan Blügel, and Yuriy MokrousovAn applied electric current through a space-inversion asymmetric magnet induces spin-orbit torques (SOTs) on the magnetic moments, which ho … - Intra- and interparticle magnetism of cobalt-doped iron-oxide nanoparticles encapsulated in a synthetic ferritin cage

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Author(s): Michael A. McGuire, Huibo Cao, Bryan C. Chakoumakos, and Brian C. SalesLarge single crystals of MnBi were created for the first time and examined with x-ray and neutron diffraction and ther … - Origin of the charge gap in LaMnPO

Author(s): D. E. McNally, J. W. Simonson, K. W. Post, Z. P. Yin, M. Pezzoli, G. J. Smith, V. Leyva, C. Marques, L. DeBeer-Schmitt, A. I. Kolesnikov, Y. Zhao, J. W. Lynn, D. N. Basov, G. Kotliar, and M … - Magnetic-ion-induced displacive electric polarization in FeO5 bipyramidal units of (Ba,Sr)Fe12O19 hexaferrites

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Author(s): Michael HermeleWe construct a family of exactly solvable spin models that illustrate a mechanism for fractionalization in topologically ordered phases, dubbed the string flux mechanism. The … - Quantum spin coherence in halogen-modified Cr7Ni molecular nanomagnets

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Author(s): Michael Golor, Timo Reckling, Laura Classen, Michael M. Scherer, and Stefan WesselEmploying a combination of functional renormalization group calculations and projective determinantal quant … - Symmetry-dependent electron-electron interaction in coherent tunnel junctions resolved by measurements of zero-bias anomaly

Author(s): Liang Liu (刘亮), Jiasen Niu (牛佳森), Li Xiang (向黎), Jian Wei (危健), D.-L. Li, J.-F. Feng, X.-F. Han, X.-G. Zhang, and J. M. D. CoeyWe provide conclusive experimental evidence that zero-bias ano … - Mott physics in the half-filled Hubbard model on a family of vortex-full square lattices

Author(s): D. Ixert, F. F. Assaad, and K. P. SchmidtWe study the half-filled Hubbard model on a one-parameter family of vortex-full square lattices ranging from the isotropic case to weakly coupled Hu … - Hyperfine Stark effect of shallow donors in silicon

Author(s): Giuseppe Pica, Gary Wolfowicz, Matias Urdampilleta, Mike L. W. Thewalt, Helge Riemann, Nikolai V. Abrosimov, Peter Becker, Hans-Joachim Pohl, John J. L. Morton, R. N. Bhatt, S. A. Lyon, and … - First-principles study of intermediate-spin ferrous iron in the Earth's lower mantle

Author(s): Han Hsu and Renata M. WentzcovitchSpin crossover of iron is of central importance in solid Earth geophysics. It impacts all physical properties of minerals that altogether constitute ∼95 vo … - Stacking faults as quantum wells in nanowires: Density of states, oscillator strength, and radiative efficiency

Author(s): P. Corfdir, C. Hauswald, J. K. Zettler, T. Flissikowski, J. Lähnemann, S. Fernández-Garrido, L. Geelhaar, H. T. Grahn, and O. BrandtWe investigate the nature of excitons bound to I1 basal-p … - Band alignments and strain effects in PbTe/Pb1−xSrxTe and PbSe/Pb1−xSrxSe quantum-well heterostructures

Author(s): M. Simma, G. Bauer, and G. SpringholzThe optical transitions and band alignments of PbTe/Pb1−xSrxTe and PbSe/Pb1−xSrxSe multi-quantum-well heterostructures were studied using temperature-mo … - Magnetic interactions in 3d metal chains on Cu2X/Cu(001)(X=N,O): Comparison with corresponding unsupported chains

Author(s): M. C. Urdaniz, M. A. Barral, A. M. Llois, and A. SaúlIn this work we present a systematic study of the magnetic interactions within 3d transition-metal chains adsorbed on Cu2N and Cu2O mono … - Transport of correlated electrons through disordered chains: A perspective on entanglement, conductance, and disorder averaging

Author(s): Daniel Karlsson and Claudio VerdozziWe investigate electron transport in disordered Hubbard chains contacted to macroscopic leads, via the nonequilibrium Green's function technique. We … - Brueckner-Goldstone quantum Monte Carlo for correlation energies and quasiparticle energy bands of one-dimensional solids

Author(s): Soohaeng Yoo Willow, Kwang S. Kim, and So HirataA quantum Monte Carlo method that combines the second-order many-body perturbation theory and Monte Carlo (MC) integration has been developed … - Strain and spin-orbit coupling induced orbital ordering in the Mott insulator BaCrO3

Author(s): Hyo-Sun Jin, Kyo-Hoon Ahn, Myung-Chul Jung, and K.-W. LeeUsing ab initio calculations, we have investigated an insulating tetragonally distorted perovskite BaCrO3 with a formal 3d2 configur … - Dissipative quantum dynamics of fermions in optical lattices: A slave-spin approach

Author(s): Jean-Sébastien Bernier, Dario Poletti, and Corinna KollathWe investigate the influence of a Markovian environment on the dynamics of interacting spinful fermionic atoms in a lattice. To exp … - Homogeneous linewidth narrowing of the charged exciton via nuclear spin screening in an InAs/GaAs quantum dot ensemble

Author(s): G. Moody, M. Feng, C. McDonald, R. P. Mirin, and K. L. SilvermanIn semiconductor quantum dots, the electron hyperfine interaction with the nuclear spin bath is the leading source of spin de … - Nature of orbital and spin Rashba coupling in the surface bands of SrTiO3 and KTaO3

Author(s): Panjin Kim, Kyeong Tae Kang, Gyungchoon Go, and Jung Hoon HanTight-binding models for the recently observed surface electronic bands of SrTiO3 and KTaO3 are analyzed with a view to bringing … - Orbital magnetism of graphene nanostructures: Bulk and confinement effects

Author(s): Lisa Heße and Klaus RichterWe consider the orbital magnetic properties of noninteracting charge carriers in graphene-based nanostructures in the low-energy regime. The magnetic response of … - Triggering waves in nonlinear lattices: Quest for anharmonic phonons and corresponding mean-free paths

Author(s): Sha Liu, Junjie Liu, Peter Hänggi, Changqin Wu, and Baowen LiGuided by a stylized experiment we develop a self-consistent anharmonic phonon concept for nonlinear lattices which allows for e … - Spin Hall magnetoimpedance

Author(s): Johannes Lotze, Hans Huebl, Rudolf Gross, and Sebastian T. B. GoennenweinThe recently discovered spin Hall magnetoresistance effect electrically probes pure spin current flow across a ferri … - Intrinsic instability of the helix spin structure in MnGe and order-disorder phase transition

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Author(s): Michał Zegrodnik and Jozef SpałekWe suggest that an inhomogeneous (nonzero-momentum) paired phase can appear in the absence of an external magnetic field in a system with a predominant inte … - Fate of quasiparticles in the superconducting state

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Author(s): E. I. Kats and V. V. LebedevAmorim et al. [Phys. Rev. B 89, 224307 (2014)PRBMDO10.1103/PhysRevB.89.224307] reported the theoretical investigation of quantum crystalline membranes. In this C … - Reply to “Comment on ‘Thermodynamics of quantum crystalline membranes’ ”

Author(s): B. Amorim, R. Roldán, E. Cappelluti, F. Guinea, A. Fasolino, and M. I. KatsnelsonWe reply to the preceding Comment by Kats and Lebedev [Phys. Rev. B 90, 176301 (2014)PRBMDO10.1103/PhysRevB. ... - Verification of the Thomson-Onsager reciprocity relation for spin caloritronics

Author(s): F. K. Dejene, J. Flipse, and B. J. van WeesWe investigate the Thomson-Onsager relation between the spin-dependent Seebeck and spin-dependent Peltier effect. To maintain identical device and … - Tuning topological superconductivity in helical Shiba chains by supercurrent

Author(s): Joel Röntynen and Teemu OjanenRecent experimental investigations of arrays of magnetic atoms deposited on top of a superconductor have opened a new chapter in the search for topological sup … - Spin wave emission in field-driven domain wall motion

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Author(s): Somenath Jalal and Brijesh KumarThe ground state properties of an Ising chain with nearest (J1) and next-nearest neighbor (J2) interactions in a transverse field are investigated using the … - Time-resolved imaging of domain pattern destruction and recovery via nonequilibrium magnetization states

Author(s): Philipp Wessels, Johannes Ewald, Marek Wieland, Thomas Nisius, Andreas Vogel, Jens Viefhaus, Guido Meier, Thomas Wilhein, and Markus DrescherThe authors have built an X-ray microscope capab … - Hard domain walls in superfluid He3-B

Author(s): Matti Silveri, Tero Turunen, and Erkki ThunebergWe study theoretically planar interfaces between two domains of superfluid He3-B. The structure of the B-B walls is determined on the scale o … - Femtosecond x rays link melting of charge-density wave correlations and light-enhanced coherent transport in YBa2Cu3O6.6

Author(s): M. Först, A. Frano, S. Kaiser, R. Mankowsky, C. R. Hunt, J. J. Turner, G. L. Dakovski, M. P. Minitti, J. Robinson, T. Loew, M. Le Tacon, B. Keimer, J. P. Hill, A. Cavalleri, and S. S. Dhesi … - Effect of orbital relaxation on the band structure of cuprate superconductors and implications for the superconductivity mechanism

Author(s): J. E. HirschWhere the doped holes reside in cuprate superconductors has crucial implications for the understanding of the mechanism responsible for their high-temperature superconductivity. … - Dirac-fermion-induced parity mixing in superconducting topological insulators

Author(s): Takeshi Mizushima, Ai Yamakage, Masatoshi Sato, and Yukio TanakaWe self-consistently study surface states of superconducting topological insulators. We clarify that, if a topologically triv … - Electronic structure and polaronic charge distributions of Fe vacancy clusters in Fe1−xO

Author(s): I. Bernal-Villamil and S. GallegoWe perform a detailed study of the electronic structure of Fe1−xO at moderate values of x. Our results evidence that the Fe vacancies introduce significant … - Spiral spin textures of a bosonic Mott insulator with SU(3) spin-orbit coupling

Author(s): Tobias Graß, Ravindra W. Chhajlany, Christine A. Muschik, and Maciej LewensteinWe study the Mott phase of three-component bosons, with one particle per site, in an optical lattice by mappin … - Surface properties of SmB6 from x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy

Author(s): N. Heming, U. Treske, M. Knupfer, B. Büchner, D. S. Inosov, N. Y. Shitsevalova, V. B. Filipov, S. Krause, and A. KoitzschWe have investigated the properties of cleaved SmB6 single crystals … - Model for two-channel Kondo effect in carbon nanotube quantum dots

Author(s): Igor Kuzmenko, Tetyana Kuzmenko, and Yshai AvishaiThe overscreened Kondo effect is shown to be feasible in a carbon nanotube quantum dot junction hosting a spin-12 atom with a single s-wave … - Diagrammatics for Bose condensation in anyon theories

Author(s): I. S. Eliëns, J. C. Romers, and F. A. BaisWe reformulate the topological symmetry-breaking scheme for phase transitions in systems with anyons in a graphical manner. A set of quantities cal … - Spin fluctuations in quantum dots

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