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Author(s): N. Huntemann, C. Sanner, B. Lipphardt, Chr. Tamm, and E. PeikA twentyfold improvement in the accuracy of a single ytterbium ion atomic clock is achieved using the ion’s electric octupole tr … - Laser Cooling of a Micromechanical Membrane to the Quantum Backaction Limit

Author(s): R. W. Peterson, T. P. Purdy, N. S. Kampel, R. W. Andrews, P.-L. Yu, K. W. Lehnert, and C. A. RegalA 40-nanometer-thick membrane has been cooled to a low enough temperature that is has the m … - Towards Realistic Implementations of a Majorana Surface Code

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Author(s): G. Bevilacqua, H. B. Hartanto, M. Kraus, and M. WorekWe present a complete description of top quark pair production in association with a jet in the dilepton channel. Our calculation is acc … - Collective and Single-Particle Motion in Beyond Mean Field Approaches

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Author(s): B. Décamps, J. Gillot, J. Vigué, A. Gauguet, and M. BüchnerA phase modulation puts the atom in a coherent superposition of quantum states with different kinetic energies. We have detected t … - Nonlinear Generation of Vorticity by Surface Waves

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Author(s): D. Wang, S. Antipov, C. Jing, J. G. Power, M. Conde, E. Wisniewski, W. Liu, J. Qiu, G. Ha, V. Dolgashev, C. Tang, and W. GaiElectron beam interaction with high frequency structures (beyond … - Carbon Honeycomb High Capacity Storage for Gaseous and Liquid Species

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Author(s): Makoto Naka, Hitoshi Seo, and Yukitoshi MotomeMotivated by the colossal negative thermal expansion recently found in BiNiO_{3}, the valence transition accompanied by the charge transfer bet ... - Energy Gaps and Layer Polarization of Integer and Fractional Quantum Hall States in Bilayer Graphene

Author(s): Yanmeng Shi, Yongjin Lee, Shi Che, Ziqi Pi, Timothy Espiritu, Petr Stepanov, Dmitry Smirnov, Chun Ning Lau, and Fan ZhangOwing to the spin, valley, and orbital symmetries, the lowest Landau ... - Effective Confining Potential of Quantum States in Disordered Media

Author(s): Douglas N. Arnold, Guy David, David Jerison, Svitlana Mayboroda, and Marcel FilocheThe amplitude of localized quantum states in random or disordered media may exhibit long-range exponential ... - Orbital Selectivity in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy: Distance-Dependent Tunneling Process Observed in Iron Nitride

Author(s): Y. Takahashi, T. Miyamachi, K. Ienaga, N. Kawamura, A. Ernst, and F. KomoriIn scanning tunneling microscopy, orbital selectivity of the tunneling process can make the topographic image depe ... - Hidden Fermionic Excitation Boosting High-Temperature Superconductivity in Cuprates

Author(s): Shiro Sakai, Marcello Civelli, and Masatoshi ImadaThe dynamics of a microscopic cuprate model, namely, the two-dimensional Hubbard model, is studied with a cluster extension of the dynamica ... - Collective Behavior of Quorum-Sensing Run-and-Tumble Particles under Confinement

Author(s): Markus Rein, Nike Heinß, Friederike Schmid, and Thomas SpeckWe study a generic model for quorum-sensing bacteria in circular confinement. Every bacterium produces signaling molecules, the l ... - Resolving Dynamic Properties of Polymers through Coarse-Grained Computational Studies

Author(s): K. Michael Salerno, Anupriya Agrawal, Dvora Perahia, and Gary S. GrestCoupled length and time scales determine the dynamic behavior of polymers and underlie their unique viscoelastic proper ... - Effects of Inertia on the Steady-Shear Rheology of Disordered Solids

Author(s): Alexandre Nicolas, Jean-Louis Barrat, and Jörg RottlerWe study the finite-shear-rate rheology of disordered solids by means of molecular dynamics simulations in two dimensions. By systemati ... - Strong Support for the Millisecond Pulsar Origin of the Galactic Center GeV Excess

Author(s): Richard Bartels, Suraj Krishnamurthy, and Christoph WenigerNew models show that neutron stars—and not dark matter—could be responsible for an excess of gamma rays from the Milky Way’s cente ... - Evidence for Unresolved γ-Ray Point Sources in the Inner Galaxy

Author(s): Samuel K. Lee, Mariangela Lisanti, Benjamin R. Safdi, Tracy R. Slatyer, and Wei XueNew models show that neutron stars—and not dark matter—could be responsible for an excess of gamma rays fr ... - Universal Scaling of Spectral Fluctuation Transitions for Interacting Chaotic Systems

Author(s): Shashi C. L. Srivastava, Steven Tomsovic, Arul Lakshminarayan, Roland Ketzmerick, and Arnd BäckerThe statistical properties of interacting strongly chaotic systems are investigated for vary ... - Tellurium Hydrides at High Pressures: High-Temperature Superconductors

Author(s): Xin Zhong, Hui Wang, Jurong Zhang, Hanyu Liu, Shoutao Zhang, Hai-Feng Song, Guochun Yang, Lijun Zhang, and Yanming MaObservation of high-temperature superconductivity in compressed sulfur h ... - Real-Time Tracking of Singlet Exciton Diffusion in Organic Semiconductors

Author(s): Oleg V. Kozlov, Foppe de Haan, Ross A. Kerner, Barry P. Rand, David Cheyns, and Maxim S. PshenichnikovExciton diffusion in organic materials provides the operational basis for functioning o ... - Binary Mixtures of Particles with Different Diffusivities Demix

Author(s): Simon N. Weber, Christoph A. Weber, and Erwin FreyThe influence of size differences, shape, mass, and persistent motion on phase separation in binary mixtures has been intensively studied. ... - Candidate Resonant Tetraneutron State Populated by the ^{4} He( ^{8} He, ^{8} Be) Reaction

Author(s): K. Kisamori et al.Evidence that the four-neutron system known as the tetraneutron exists as a resonance has been uncovered in an experiment at the RIKEN Radioactive Ion Beam Factory.[Phys. ... - Rectifying the Optical-Field-Induced Current in Dielectrics: Petahertz Diode

Author(s): J. D. Lee, Won Seok Yun, and Noejung ParkInvestigating a theoretical model of the optical-field-induced current in dielectrics driven by strong few-cycle laser pulses, we propose an asymmet ... - Comment on “Enhancement of Second-Order Nonlinear-Optical Signals by Optical Stimulation”

Author(s): Maksim Grechko, Grazia Gonella, and Mischa Bonn[Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 059401] Published Wed Feb 03, 2016 - Goodman and Tisdale Reply:

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Author(s): Bess Fang, Aisling Johnson, Tommaso Roscilde, and Isabelle BouchouleAnalyzing the noise in the momentum profiles of single realizations of one-dimensional Bose gases, we present the experim … - Two-Dimensional Frequency Resolved Optomolecular Gating of High-Order Harmonic Generation

Author(s): A. Ferré, H. Soifer, O. Pedatzur, C. Bourassin-Bouchet, B. D. Bruner, R. Canonge, F. Catoire, D. Descamps, B. Fabre, E. Mével, S. Petit, N. Dudovich, and Y. MairesseProbing electronic wave … - Theoretical Hyperfine Structure of the Molecular Hydrogen Ion at the 1 ppm Level

Author(s): Vladimir I. Korobov, J. C. J. Koelemeij, L. Hilico, and J.-Ph. KarrWe revisit the mα^{6}(m/M) order corrections to the hyperfine splitting in the H_{2}^{+} ion and find a hitherto unrecogni … - Approaching the Heisenberg Limit without Single-Particle Detection

Author(s): Emily Davis, Gregory Bentsen, and Monika Schleier-SmithWe propose an approach to quantum phase estimation that can attain precision near the Heisenberg limit without requiring single-partic … - Tunable Polarons of Slow-Light Polaritons in a Two-Dimensional Bose-Einstein Condensate

Author(s): Fabian Grusdt and Michael FleischhauerWhen an impurity interacts with a bath of phonons it forms a polaron. For increasing interaction strengths the mass of the polaron increases and it can … - Critical Fragmentation Properties of Random Drilling: How Many Holes Need to Be Drilled to Collapse a Wooden Cube?

Author(s): K. J. Schrenk, M. R. Hilário, V. Sidoravicius, N. A. M. Araújo, H. J. Herrmann, M. Thielmann, and A. TeixeiraA solid wooden cube fragments into pieces as we sequentially drill holes through … - Phase Transition for Quenched Coupled Replicas in a Plaquette Spin Model of Glasses

Author(s): Robert L. Jack and Juan P. GarrahanWe study a three-dimensional plaquette spin model whose low temperature dynamics is glassy, due to localized defects and effective kinetic constraints. Th … - Lateral Hopping of CO on Ag(110) by Multiple Overtone Excitation

Author(s): Junepyo Oh, Hyunseob Lim, Ryuichi Arafune, Jaehoon Jung, Maki Kawai, and Yousoo KimA novel type of action spectrum representing multiple overtone excitations of the v(M−C) mode was observed … - Curvature Dependence of the Liquid-Vapor Surface Tension beyond the Tolman Approximation

Author(s): Nicolas Bruot and Frédéric CaupinSurface tension is a macroscopic manifestation of the cohesion of matter, and its value σ_{∞} is readily measured for a flat liquid-vapor interface. For int … - Simple Screened Hydrogen Model of Excitons in Two-Dimensional Materials

Author(s): Thomas Olsen, Simone Latini, Filip Rasmussen, and Kristian S. ThygesenWe present a generalized hydrogen model for the binding energies (E_{B}) and radii of excitons in two-dimensional (2D) … - Nonequilibrium Second-Order Phase Transition in a Cooper-Pair Insulator

Author(s): A. Doron, I. Tamir, S. Mitra, G. Zeltzer, M. Ovadia, and D. ShaharIn certain disordered superconductors, upon increasing the magnetic field, superconductivity terminates with a direct trans … - Erratum: Towards a Unified Description of the Rheology of Hard-Particle Suspensions [Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 088304 (2015)]

Author(s): B. M. Guy, M. Hermes, and W. C. K. Poon[Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 059901] Published Tue Feb 02, 2016 - Photonic Maxwell’s Demon

Author(s): Mihai D. Vidrighin, Oscar Dahlsten, Marco Barbieri, M. S. Kim, Vlatko Vedral, and Ian A. WalmsleyInformation derived from microscopic measurements of thermal states made using a few photons … - Gravitational Waves from Isolated Systems: Surprising Consequences of a Positive Cosmological Constant

Author(s): Abhay Ashtekar, Béatrice Bonga, and Aruna KesavanThe mathematical framework used to describe gravitational waves is extended to incorporate the effect of a positive cosmological constant fo … - Extracting Information about the Initial State from the Black Hole Radiation

Author(s): Kinjalk Lochan and T. PadmanabhanQuantum matter falling into a semiclassical black hole leaves an imprint on future Hawking radiation. The resulting black hole entropy will be much smaller … - Probing an Electron Scattering Resonance using Rydberg Molecules within a Dense and Ultracold Gas

Author(s): Michael Schlagmüller, Tara Cubel Liebisch, Huan Nguyen, Graham Lochead, Felix Engel, Fabian Böttcher, Karl M. Westphal, Kathrin S. Kleinbach, Robert Löw, Sebastian Hofferberth, Tilman Pfau, … - Mott Electrons in an Artificial Graphenelike Crystal of Rare-Earth Nickelate

Author(s): S. Middey, D. Meyers, D. Doennig, M. Kareev, X. Liu, Y. Cao, Zhenzhong Yang, Jinan Shi, Lin Gu, P. J. Ryan, R. Pentcheva, J. W. Freeland, and J. ChakhalianGeometrical engineering of nickela … - Large Spin-Wave Bullet in a Ferrimagnetic Insulator Driven by the Spin Hall Effect

Author(s): M. B. Jungfleisch, W. Zhang, J. Sklenar, J. Ding, W. Jiang, H. Chang, F. Y. Fradin, J. E. Pearson, J. B. Ketterson, V. Novosad, M. Wu, and A. HoffmannA spin-torque-driven ferromagnetic reso … - Electric Field Control of Jahn-Teller Distortions in Bulk Perovskites

Author(s): Julien Varignon, Nicholas C. Bristowe, and Philippe GhosezThe Jahn-Teller distortion, by its very nature, is often at the heart of the various electronic properties displayed by perovskites … - Constraints on Fluctuations in Sparsely Characterized Biological Systems

Author(s): Andreas Hilfinger, Thomas M. Norman, Glenn Vinnicombe, and Johan PaulssonBiochemical networks are often poorly characterized, but researchers can still derive limits on the level of the ran … - Strong Measurements Give a Better Direct Measurement of the Quantum Wave Function

Author(s): Giuseppe Vallone and Daniele DequalWeak measurements have thus far been considered instrumental in the so-called direct measurement of the quantum wave function [J. S. Lundeen, Nature (Lond ... - Audio-Band Frequency-Dependent Squeezing for Gravitational-Wave Detectors

Author(s): Eric Oelker, Tomoki Isogai, John Miller, Maggie Tse, Lisa Barsotti, Nergis Mavalvala, and Matthew EvansQuantum vacuum fluctuations impose strict limits on precision displacement measurement ... - Quantum Radiation Reaction: From Interference to Incoherence

Author(s): Victor Dinu, Chris Harvey, Anton Ilderton, Mattias Marklund, and Greger TorgrimssonWe investigate quantum radiation reaction in laser-electron interactions across different energy and inten ... - Pairing of Fermions with Unequal Effective Charges in an Artificial Magnetic Field

Author(s): F. Nur Ünal and M. Ö. OktelArtificial magnetic fields (AMFs) created for ultracold systems depend sensitively on the internal structure of the atoms. In a mixture, each component experience ... - Kibble-Zurek Mechanism in Topologically Nontrivial Zigzag Chains of Polariton Micropillars

Author(s): D. D. Solnyshkov, A. V. Nalitov, and G. MalpuechWe consider a zigzag chain of coupled micropillar cavities, taking into account the polarization of polariton states. We show that the TE-TM ... - Kondo Breakdown and Quantum Oscillations in SmB_{6}

Author(s): Onur Erten, Pouyan Ghaemi, and Piers ColemanRecent quantum oscillation experiments on SmB_{6} pose a paradox, for while the angular dependence of the oscillation frequencies suggest a 3D bu ... - Quantum Oscillation in Narrow-Gap Topological Insulators

Author(s): Long Zhang, Xue-Yang Song, and Fa WangThe canonical understanding of quantum oscillation in metals is challenged by the observation of the de Haas–van Alphen effect in an insulator, SmB_{6} ... - Quantum Transport and Observation of Dyakonov-Perel Spin-Orbit Scattering in Monolayer MoS_{2}

Author(s): H. Schmidt, I. Yudhistira, L. Chu, A. H. Castro Neto, B. Özyilmaz, S. Adam, and G. EdaMonolayers of group 6 transition metal dichalcogenides are promising candidates for future spin-, valle ... - Spatial Evolution of the Ferromagnetic Phase Transition in an Exchange Graded Film

Author(s): B. J. Kirby, H. F. Belliveau, D. D. Belyea, P. A. Kienzle, A. J. Grutter, P. Riego, A. Berger, and Casey W. MillerA combination of experiments and numerical modeling was used to study the s ... - Parametric Harmonic Generation as a Probe of Unconstrained Spin Magnetization Precession in the Shallow Barrier Limit

Author(s): Amir Capua, Charles Rettner, and Stuart S. P. ParkinWe study the parametric excitation of high orders of magnetization precession in ultrathin films having perpendicular magnetic anisotropy ... - Probing the Role of Mobility in the Collective Motion of Nonequilibrium Systems

Author(s): Hongchuan Shen, Peng Tan, and Lei XuSteel spheres placed on a square grid, connected by springs, and individually driven by motors are used to investigate the vibrational modes of a nonequi ... - Erratum: Strong Monogamy Conjecture for Multiqubit Entanglement: The Four-Qubit Case [Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 110501 (2014)]

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Author(s): G. Evenbly and G. VidalConsider the partition function of a classical system in two spatial dimensions, or the Euclidean path integral of a quantum system in two space-time dimensions, both … - Dark Matter Halos as Particle Colliders: Unified Solution to Small-Scale Structure Puzzles from Dwarfs to Clusters

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Author(s): David J. BraunAn optimal parametric feedback excitation principle is sought, found, and investigated. The principle is shown to provide an adaptive resonance condition that enables unpreced ... - Electron Elevator: Excitations across the Band Gap via a Dynamical Gap State

Author(s): A. Lim, W. M. C. Foulkes, A. P. Horsfield, D. R. Mason, A. Schleife, E. W. Draeger, and A. A. CorreaAb initio simulations of electronic excitations produced when a semiconductor experiences … - Feshbach-Resonance-Enhanced Coherent Atom-Molecule Conversion with Ultranarrow Photoassociation Resonance

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Author(s): Arne L. Grimsmo, Farzad Qassemi, Bertrand Reulet, and Alexandre BlaisWe consider the electromagnetic field generated by a coherent conductor in which electron transport is described quantum … - Cavity Light Bullets in Passively Mode-Locked Semiconductor Lasers

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Author(s): Gino Biondini and Dionyssios MantzavinosWe characterize the nonlinear stage of modulational instability (MI) by studying the longtime asymptotics of the focusing nonlinear Schrödinger (NLS) … - Optical Rogue Waves in Vortex Turbulence

Author(s): Christopher J. Gibson, Alison M. Yao, and Gian-Luca OppoWe present a spatiotemporal mechanism for producing 2D optical rogue waves in the presence of a turbulent state with creation, intera … - Thermodynamics of an Attractive 2D Fermi Gas

Author(s): K. Fenech, P. Dyke, T. Peppler, M. G. Lingham, S. Hoinka, H. Hu, and C. J. ValeTwo separate groups have extracted the thermodynamic equation of state for a two-dimensional gas of fermionic … - Equation of State of Ultracold Fermions in the 2D BEC-BCS Crossover Region

Author(s): I. Boettcher, L. Bayha, D. Kedar, P. A. Murthy, M. Neidig, M. G. Ries, A. N. Wenz, G. Zürn, S. Jochim, and T. EnssTwo separate groups have extracted the thermodynamic equation of state for … - Cascade of Solitonic Excitations in a Superfluid Fermi gas: From Planar Solitons to Vortex Rings and Lines

Author(s): Mark J. H. Ku, Biswaroop Mukherjee, Tarik Yefsah, and Martin W. ZwierleinWe follow the time evolution of a superfluid Fermi gas of resonantly interacting ^{6}Li atoms after a phase imprint. … - Magnetostriction and Magnetostructural Domains in Antiferromagnetic YBa_{2} Cu_{3} O_{6}

Author(s): B. Náfrádi, T. Keller, F. Hardy, C. Meingast, A. Erb, and B. KeimerWe use high-resolution neutron Larmor diffraction and capacitative dilatometry to investigate spontaneous and forced magne … - Anisotropic Absorption of Pure Spin Currents

Author(s): A. A. Baker, A. I. Figueroa, C. J. Love, S. A. Cavill, T. Hesjedal, and G. van der LaanSpin transfer in magnetic multilayers offers the possibility of ultrafast, low-power device operation. … - Complex Field-Induced States in Linarite PbCuSO_{4} (OH)_{2} with a Variety of High-Order Exotic Spin-Density Wave States

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Author(s): Claudio A. Cerdeiriña, Gerassimos Orkoulas, and Michael E. FisherYang-Yang (YY) and singular diameter critical anomalies arise in exactly soluble compressible cell gas (CCG) models that obe ... - New Features of Gravitational Collapse in Anti–de Sitter Spacetimes

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Author(s): Josue Davila-Rodriguez, Akira Ozawa, Theodor W. Hänsch, and Thomas UdemWe demonstrate Doppler cooling of trapped magnesium ions using a frequency comb at 280 nm obtained from a frequency tr … - Mechanically Mediated Microwave Frequency Conversion in the Quantum Regime

Author(s): F. Lecocq, J. B. Clark, R. W. Simmonds, J. Aumentado, and J. D. TeufelA new device converts the frequency of a photon using the vibrations in a mechanical oscillator.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, … - Coherent Population Trapping of a Single Nuclear Spin Under Ambient Conditions

Author(s): P. Jamonneau, G. Hétet, A. Dréau, J.-F. Roch, and V. JacquesA dark state – a state that cannot emit or absorb photons – can be created by the hyperfine coupling of the electron spin of a si … - Optimal Phase-Control Strategy for Damped-Driven Duffing Oscillators

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