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Author(s): Andreas Sawadsky, Henning Kaufer, Ramon Moghadas Nia, Sergey P. Tarabrin, Farid Ya. Khalili, Klemens Hammerer, and Roman SchnabelA new scheme for cooling a mechanical oscillator in a cavity … - Proposal to Generate an Isolated Monocycle X-Ray Pulse by Counteracting the Slippage Effect in Free-Electron Lasers

Author(s): Takashi TanakaA novel scheme is proposed to generate an isolated monocycle x-ray pulse in free-electron lasers, which is based on coherent emission from a chirped microbunch passing through … - Transmission Eigenchannels and the Densities of States of Random Media

Author(s): Matthieu Davy, Zhou Shi, Jing Wang, Xiaojun Cheng, and Azriel Z. GenackWe show in microwave measurements and computer simulations that the contribution of each eigenchannel of the transmiss … - Nonlinearity-Induced Synchronization Enhancement in Micromechanical Oscillators

Author(s): Dario Antonio, David A. Czaplewski, Jeffrey R. Guest, Daniel López, Sebastián I. Arroyo, and Damián H. ZanetteAn autonomous oscillator synchronizes to an external harmonic force only when t … - Decay of Turbulence at High Reynolds Numbers

Author(s): Michael Sinhuber, Eberhard Bodenschatz, and Gregory P. BewleyTurbulent motions in a fluid decay at a certain rate once stirring has stopped. The role of the most basic parameter in fluid me … - Holographic Generation of Highly Twisted Electron Beams

Author(s): Vincenzo Grillo, Gian Carlo Gazzadi, Erfan Mafakheri, Stefano Frabboni, Ebrahim Karimi, and Robert W. BoydResearchers generated an electron beam with very high orbital angular momentum—pote … - Disordered Solids without Well-Defined Transverse Phonons: The Nature of Hard-Sphere Glasses

Author(s): Xipeng Wang, Wen Zheng, Lijin Wang, and Ning XuWe probe the Ioffe-Regel limits of glasses with repulsions near the zero-temperature jamming transition by calculating the dynamical structure … - Critical Slowing Down near the Multiferroic Phase Transition in MnWO_{4}

Author(s): D. Niermann, C. P. Grams, P. Becker, L. Bohatý, H. Schenck, and J. HembergerBy using broadband dielectric spectroscopy in the radio frequency and microwave range, we studied the magnetoelec … - Classifying Linearly Shielded Modified Gravity Models in Effective Field Theory

Author(s): Lucas Lombriser and Andy TaylorWe study the model space generated by the time-dependent operator coefficients in the effective field theory of the cosmological background evolution and pert … - Disordered Nuclear Pasta, Magnetic Field Decay, and Crust Cooling in Neutron Stars

Author(s): C. J. Horowitz, D. K. Berry, C. M. Briggs, M. E. Caplan, A. Cumming, and A. S. SchneiderNuclear pasta, with nonspherical shapes, is expected near the base of the crust in neutron stars. Lar … - Emergent Gravity Requires Kinematic Nonlocality

Author(s): Donald MarolfThis Letter refines arguments forbidding nonlinear dynamical gravity from appearing in the low energy effective description of field theories with local kinematics, even for th … - Gravitational Wave Consistency Relations for Multifield Inflation

Author(s): Layne C. Price, Hiranya V. Peiris, Jonathan Frazer, and Richard EastherWe study the tensor spectral index nt and the tensor-to-scalar ratio r in the simplest multifield extension to single- … - Field-Theory Representation of Gauge-Gravity Symmetry-Protected Topological Invariants, Group Cohomology, and Beyond

Author(s): Juven C. Wang, Zheng-Cheng Gu, and Xiao-Gang WenThe challenge of identifying symmetry-protected topological states (SPTs) is due to their lack of symmetry-breaking order parameters and intr … - Longitudinal Target-Spin Asymmetries for Deeply Virtual Compton Scattering

Author(s): E. Seder et al. (CLAS Collaboration)A measurement of the electroproduction of photons off protons in the deeply inelastic regime was performed at Jefferson Lab using a nearly 6 GeV electron … - Interatomic Coulombic Decay as a New Source of Low Energy Electrons in Slow Ion-Dimer Collisions

Author(s): W. Iskandar, J. Matsumoto, A. Leredde, X. Fléchard, B. Gervais, S. Guillous, D. Hennecart, A. Méry, J. Rangama, C. L. Zhou, H. Shiromaru, and A. CassimiWe provide the experimental evidence … - Clustering as a Prerequisite for Chimera States in Globally Coupled Systems

Author(s): Lennart Schmidt and Katharina KrischerThe coexistence of coherently and incoherently oscillating parts in a system of identical oscillators with symmetrical coupling, i.e., a chimera state, … - Localized States in Periodically Forced Systems

Author(s): Punit Gandhi, Edgar Knobloch, and Cédric BeaumeThe theory of stationary spatially localized patterns in dissipative systems driven by time-independent forcing is well developed. With time-p … - Resistive Reduced MHD Modeling of Multi-Edge-Localized-Mode Cycles in Tokamak X-Point Plasmas

Author(s): F. Orain, M. Bécoulet, G. T. A. Huijsmans, G. Dif-Pradalier, M. Hoelzl, J. Morales, X. Garbet, E. Nardon, S. Pamela, C. Passeron, G. Latu, A. Fil, and P. CahynaThe full dynamics of a multi- … - Critical Role of a Buried Interface in the Stranski-Krastanov Growth of Metallic Nanocrystals: Quantum Size Effects in Ag/Si(111)-(7×7)

Author(s): Yiyao Chen, M. W. Gramlich, S. T. Hayden, and P. F. MiceliWe show that the buried interface between a metallic nanocrystal and its supporting substrate is essential for understanding the st … - Negative Thermal Expansion in Hybrid Improper Ferroelectric Ruddlesden-Popper Perovskites by Symmetry Trapping

Author(s): M. S. Senn, A. Bombardi, C. A. Murray, C. Vecchini, A. Scherillo, X. Luo, and S. W. CheongWe present new results on the microscopic nature of the ferroelectricity mechanisms in Ca3Mn2O7 and … - Two-Dimensional Melting: From Liquid-Hexatic Coexistence to Continuous Transitions

Author(s): Sebastian C. Kapfer and Werner KrauthThe phase diagram of two-dimensional continuous particle systems is studied using the event-chain Monte Carlo algorithm. For soft disks with repulsive p … - Acoustic Black Hole in a Stationary Hydrodynamic Flow of Microcavity Polaritons

Author(s): H. S. Nguyen, D. Gerace, I. Carusotto, D. Sanvitto, E. Galopin, A. Lemaître, I. Sagnes, J. Bloch, and A. AmoThe flow of hybrid electron-photon states through a black-hole-like “acoustic hor … - Scalable Tight-Binding Model for Graphene

Author(s): Ming-Hao Liu (劉明豪), Peter Rickhaus, Péter Makk, Endre Tóvári, Romain Maurand, Fedor Tkatschenko, Markus Weiss, Christian Schönenberger, and Klaus RichterArtificial graphene consisting of ho … - Manipulation of the Charge State of Single Au Atoms on Insulating Multilayer Films

Author(s): W. Steurer, J. Repp, L. Gross, I. Scivetti, M. Persson, and G. MeyerWe show charge-state manipulation of single Au adatoms on 2–11 monolayer (ML) thick NaCl films on Cu surfaces by attachin … - Interface Ferroelectric Transition near the Gap-Opening Temperature in a Single-Unit-Cell FeSe Film Grown on Nb-Doped SrTiO_{3} Substrate

Author(s): Y.-T. Cui, R. G. Moore, A.-M. Zhang, Y. Tian, J. J. Lee, F. T. Schmitt, W.-H. Zhang, W. Li, M. Yi, Z.-K. Liu, M. Hashimoto, Y. Zhang, D.-H. Lu, T. P. Devereaux, L.-L. Wang, X.-C. Ma, Q.-M. … - Andreev Bound-State Dynamics in Quantum-Dot Josephson Junctions: A Washing Out of the 0-π Transition

Author(s): R. Avriller and F. PistolesiWe consider a Josephson junction formed by a quantum dot connected to two bulk superconductors in the presence of Coulomb interaction and coupling to both an ele … - Distinct Spin Liquids and Their Transitions in Spin-1/2 XXZ Kagome Antiferromagnets

Author(s): Yin-Chen He and Yan ChenBy using the density matrix renormalization group approach, we study spin-liquid phases of spin-1/2 XXZ kagome antiferromagnets. We find that the emergence of the sp … - Field-Induced Quantum Criticality and Universal Temperature Dependence of the Magnetization of a Spin-1/2 Heisenberg Chain

Author(s): Y. Kono, T. Sakakibara, C. P. Aoyama, C. Hotta, M. M. Turnbull, C. P. Landee, and Y. TakanoHigh-precision dc magnetization measurements have been made on Cu(C4H4N2)(NO3)2 in magnetic fields … - Breaking of Valley Degeneracy by Magnetic Field in Monolayer MoSe_{2}

Author(s): David MacNeill, Colin Heikes, Kin Fai Mak, Zachary Anderson, Andor Kormányos, Viktor Zólyomi, Jiwoong Park, and Daniel C. RalphUsing polarization-resolved photoluminescence spectroscopy, we … - Topological Photonic Phase in Chiral Hyperbolic Metamaterials

Author(s): Wenlong Gao, Mark Lawrence, Biao Yang, Fu Liu, Fengzhou Fang, Benjamin Béri, Jensen Li, and Shuang ZhangRecently, the possibility of achieving one-way backscatter immune transportation of l … - Origin of Metastable Knots in Single Flexible Chains

Author(s): Liang Dai, C. Benjamin Renner, and Patrick S. DoyleRecent theoretical progress has explained the physics of knotting of semiflexible polymers, yet knotting of flexible polymers is relativel … - Models of Genetic Drift as Limiting Forms of the Lotka-Volterra Competition Model

Author(s): George W. A. Constable and Alan J. McKaneThe relationship between the Moran model and stochastic Lotka-Volterra competition (SLVC) model is explored via time scale separation arguments. For … - Wetting Transitions in Terms of Effective Potentials

Author(s): M. Napiórkowski and S. DietrichA Comment on the Letter by Friedman, Khalil, and Taborek, Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 226101 (2013)PRLTAO10.1103/PhysRevLett.111.226101. Taborek offers a Reply.[Phy ... - Taborek Replies:

Author(s): P. TaborekA Reply to the Comment by Napiórkowski and Dietrich.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 039602] Published Thu Jan 22, 2015 - Publisher’s Note: Stronger Uncertainty Relations for All Incompatible Observables [Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 260401 (2014)]

Author(s): Lorenzo Maccone and Arun K. Pati[Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 039902] Published Thu Jan 22, 2015 - Publisher’s Note: Measuring the Biphoton Temporal Wave Function with Polarization-Dependent and Time-Resolved Two-Photon Interference [Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 010401 (2015)]

Author(s): Peng Chen, Chi Shu, Xianxin Guo, M. M. T. Loy, and Shengwang Du[Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 039903] Published Thu Jan 22, 2015 - Publisher’s Note: Multiferroic Rhodium Clusters [Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 157203 (2014)]

Author(s): Lei Ma, Ramiro Moro, John Bowlan, Andrei Kirilyuk, and Walt A. de Heer [Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 039904] Published Thu Jan 22, 2015 - Sound Velocity Bound and Neutron Stars

Author(s): Paulo Bedaque and Andrew W. SteinerA conjectured bound on the nonrelativistic sound velocity may be violated in a massive enough neutron star.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 031103] Published Wed Ja … - Nature of Isomerism in Exotic Sulfur Isotopes

Author(s): Yutaka Utsuno, Noritaka Shimizu, Takaharu Otsuka, Tooru Yoshida, and Yusuke TsunodaWe clarify the origin of the anomalously hindered E2 decay from the 41+ level in 44S by performing a novel … - Accurate Ab Initio Calculation of Ionization Potentials of the First-Row Transition Metals with the Configuration-Interaction Quantum Monte Carlo Technique

Author(s): Robert E. Thomas, George H. Booth, and Ali AlaviAccurate ionization potentials of the first-row transition-metal atoms are obtained via the initiator full configuration quantum Monte Carlo … - Interaction Driven Subgap Spin Exciton in the Kondo Insulator SmB_{6}

Author(s): W. T. Fuhrman, J. Leiner, P. Nikolić, G. E. Granroth, M. B. Stone, M. D. Lumsden, L. DeBeer-Schmitt, P. A. Alekseev, J.-M. Mignot, S. M. Koohpayeh, P. Cottingham, W. Adam Phelan, L. Schoop, … - Optical Stark Effects in J-Aggregate–Metal Hybrid Nanostructures Exhibiting a Strong Exciton–Surface-Plasmon-Polariton Interaction

Author(s): P. Vasa, W. Wang, R. Pomraenke, M. Maiuri, C. Manzoni, G. Cerullo, and C. LienauWe report on the observation of optical Stark effects in J-aggregate–metal hybrid nanostructures exhibiting s … - Quasiparticle Interference, Quasiparticle Interactions, and the Origin of the Charge Density Wave in 2H-NbSe_{2}

Author(s): C. J. Arguello, E. P. Rosenthal, E. F. Andrade, W. Jin, P. C. Yeh, N. Zaki, S. Jia, R. J. Cava, R. M. Fernandes, A. J. Millis, T. Valla, R. M. Osgood, Jr., and A. N. PasupathyPhotoemission … - Spontaneous Formation of a Nonuniform Chiral Spin Liquid in a Moat-Band Lattice

Author(s): Tigran A. Sedrakyan, Leonid I. Glazman, and Alex KamenevA number of lattices exhibit moatlike band structures, i.e., a band with infinitely degenerate energy minima attained along a closed … - Critical Casimir Forces and Colloidal Phase Transitions in a Near-Critical Solvent: A Simple Model Reveals a Rich Phase Diagram

Author(s): John R. Edison, Nikos Tasios, Simone Belli, Robert Evans, René van Roij, and Marjolein DijkstraComputer simulations of the phase behavior of dense colloidal suspensions in a near-critical s … - Explosive Synchronization in Adaptive and Multilayer Networks

Author(s): Xiyun Zhang, Stefano Boccaletti, Shuguang Guan, and Zonghua LiuIn networks of coupled oscillators, the condition for explosive synchronization is shown not be correlations between the netwo … - Publisher’s Note: First Measurement of Neutrino and Antineutrino Coherent Charged Pion Production on Argon [Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 261801 (2014)]

Author(s): R. Acciarri et al.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 039901] Published Tue Jan 20, 2015 - Spin-Orbit Coupling and the Optical Spin Hall Effect in Photonic Graphene

Author(s): A. V. Nalitov, G. Malpuech, H. Terças, and D. D. SolnyshkovWe study the spin-orbit coupling induced by the splitting between TE and TM optical modes in a photonic honeycomb lattice. Using a … - Microscopic Model Calculations for the Magnetization Process of Layered Triangular-Lattice Quantum Antiferromagnets

Author(s): Daisuke Yamamoto, Giacomo Marmorini, and Ippei DanshitaMagnetization processes of spin-1/2 layered triangular-lattice antiferromagnets (TLAFs) under a magnetic field H are studied by means … - Retrieval Capabilities of Hierarchical Networks: From Dyson to Hopfield

Author(s): Elena Agliari, Adriano Barra, Andrea Galluzzi, Francesco Guerra, Daniele Tantari, and Flavia TavaniWe consider statistical-mechanics models for spin systems built on hierarchical structures … - Simple Model for Identifying Critical Regions in Atrial Fibrillation

Author(s): Kim Christensen, Kishan A. Manani, and Nicholas S. PetersA simple model of heart tissue that represents the architecture of cell-cell communication more realistically than previous models s … - Mass Measurements Demonstrate a Strong N=28 Shell Gap in Argon

Author(s): Z. Meisel et al.We present results from recent time-of-flight nuclear mass measurements at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory at Michigan State University. We report the firs … - Experimental Evidence for a Bragg Glass Density Wave Phase in a Transition-Metal Dichalcogenide

Author(s): Jun-ichi Okamoto, Carlos J. Arguello, Ethan P. Rosenthal, Abhay N. Pasupathy, and Andrew J. MillisAnalysis of the spatial dependence of current-voltage characteristics obtained from scannin … - Origin of the Tetragonal-to-Orthorhombic Phase Transition in FeSe: A Combined Thermodynamic and NMR Study of Nematicity

Author(s): A. E. Böhmer, T. Arai, F. Hardy, T. Hattori, T. Iye, T. Wolf, H. v. Löhneysen, K. Ishida, and C. MeingastThe nature of the tetragonal-to-orthorhombic structural transition at Ts≈90 K in si … - Molecular Pairing and Fully Gapped Superconductivity in Yb-doped CeCoIn_{5}

Author(s): Onur Erten, Rebecca Flint, and Piers ColemanThe recent observation of fully gapped superconductivity in Yb doped CeCoIn5 poses a paradox, for the disappearance of nodes suggests that they a … - Nodal to Nodeless Superconducting Energy-Gap Structure Change Concomitant with Fermi-Surface Reconstruction in the Heavy-Fermion Compound CeCoIn_{5}

Author(s): Hyunsoo Kim, M. A. Tanatar, R. Flint, C. Petrovic, Rongwei Hu, B. D. White, I. K. Lum, M. B. Maple, and R. ProzorovThe London penetration depth λ(T) was measured in single crystals of Ce1−x … - Sequence Determines Degree of Knottedness in a Coarse-Grained Protein Model

Author(s): Thomas Wüst, Daniel Reith, and Peter VirnauThe sequence of amino acids in certain biomolecules could be a factor in ensuring that they remain free of knots. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 028102] P … - Flow Enhancement due to Elastic Turbulence in Channel Flows of Shear Thinning Fluids

Author(s): Hugues Bodiguel, Julien Beaumont, Anaïs Machado, Laetitia Martinie, Hamid Kellay, and Annie ColinWe explore the flow of highly shear thinning polymer solutions in straight geometry. The str … - Nonlocality and Conflicting Interest Games

Author(s): Anna Pappa, Niraj Kumar, Thomas Lawson, Miklos Santha, Shengyu Zhang, Eleni Diamanti, and Iordanis KerenidisQuantum nonlocality gives players an advantage in conflicting interest games, as … - Thermometry via Light Shifts in Optical Lattices

Author(s): M. McDonald, B. H. McGuyer, G. Z. Iwata, and T. ZelevinskyA new spectroscopic technique provides an order of magnitude improvement in the temperature measurement of ultracold gases in optic … - Fermionic Suppression of Dipolar Relaxation

Author(s): Nathaniel Q. Burdick, Kristian Baumann, Yijun Tang, Mingwu Lu, and Benjamin L. LevWe observe the suppression of inelastic dipolar scattering in ultracold Fermi gases of the highly magnetic … - Cavity-Modified Collective Rayleigh Scattering of Two Atoms

Author(s): René Reimann, Wolfgang Alt, Tobias Kampschulte, Tobias Macha, Lothar Ratschbacher, Natalie Thau, Seokchan Yoon, and Dieter MeschedeTwo groups have independently isolated two atoms in a sing … - Enhanced Quantum Interface with Collective Ion-Cavity Coupling

Author(s): B. Casabone, K. Friebe, B. Brandstätter, K. Schüppert, R. Blatt, and T. E. NorthupTwo groups have independently isolated two atoms in a single cavity and measured that the collective light … - Quantum Vacuum Photon Modes and Superhydrophobicity

Author(s): Louis Dellieu, Olivier Deparis, Jérôme Muller, and Michaël SarrazinNanostructures are commonly used for developing superhydrophobic surfaces. However, available wetting theoretical models i … - Ion Thermal Decoupling and Species Separation in Shock-Driven Implosions

Author(s): Hans G. Rinderknecht, M. J. Rosenberg, C. K. Li, N. M. Hoffman, G. Kagan, A. B. Zylstra, H. Sio, J. A. Frenje, M. Gatu Johnson, F. H. Séguin, R. D. Petrasso, P. Amendt, C. Bellei, S. Wilks, … - Long-Range Spatial Correlations of Particle Displacements and the Emergence of Elasticity

Author(s): Elijah Flenner and Grzegorz SzamelWe examine correlations of transverse particle displacements and their relationship to the shear modulus of a glass and the viscosity of a fluid. To this e … - Dynamics of the Excitonic Coupling in Organic Crystals

Author(s): Juan Aragó and Alessandro TroisiWe show that the excitonic coupling in molecular crystals undergoes a very large fluctuation at room temperature as a result of the combined thermal motions … - Propagating Director Bend Fluctuations in Nematic Liquid Crystals

Author(s): Anja Humpert and Michael P. AllenWe show, by molecular simulation, that for a range of standard, coarse-grained, nematic liquid crystal models, the director bend fluctuation is a propagatin … - Robust Reconstruction of Complex Networks from Sparse Data

Author(s): Xiao Han, Zhesi Shen, Wen-Xu Wang, and Zengru DiReconstructing complex networks from measurable data is a fundamental problem for understanding and controlling collective dynamics of comple … - Solution to the Cosmic Ray Anisotropy Problem

Author(s): Philipp Mertsch and Stefan FunkIn the standard diffusive picture for transport of cosmic rays (CRs), a gradient in the CR density induces a typically small, dipolar anisotropy in their arri … - Onset of a Limit Cycle and Universal Three-Body Parameter in Efimov Physics

Author(s): Yusuke Horinouchi and Masahito UedaA functional renormalization group analysis shows that the three-body behavior of identical bosons is independent of the details of their pairwise short-r … - Finite-Size Effects on Liquid-Solid Phase Coexistence and the Estimation of Crystal Nucleation Barriers

Author(s): Antonia Statt, Peter Virnau, and Kurt BinderA fluid in equilibrium in a finite volume V with particle number N at a density ρ=N/V exceeding the onset density ρf of freezing may exhibit phas … - Generalized Kitaev Models and Extrinsic Non-Abelian Twist Defects

Author(s): Maissam Barkeshli, Hong-Chen Jiang, Ronny Thomale, and Xiao-Liang QiWe present a wide class of partially integrable lattice models with two-spin interactions which generalize the Kitaev hon … - Quantum Critical Transport and the Hall Angle in Holographic Models

Author(s): Mike Blake and Aristomenis DonosThe techniques of gauge/gravity duality provide a holographic model explaining the anomalous scaling of resistivity in strange metals.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, ... - Retrieving Time-Dependent Green’s Functions in Optics with Low-Coherence Interferometry

Author(s): Amaury Badon, Geoffroy Lerosey, Albert C. Boccara, Mathias Fink, and Alexandre AubryTime dependent Green’s functions are measured at optical frequencies for scattered waves propagating in c … - Orbital Engineering in Symmetry-Breaking Polar Heterostructures

Author(s): Ankit S. Disa, Divine P. Kumah, Andrei Malashevich, Hanghui Chen, Dario A. Arena, Eliot D. Specht, Sohrab Ismail-Beigi, F. J. Walker, and Charles H. AhnIn transition-metal oxides, the abili … - Collective Dynamics of Dividing Chemotactic Cells

Author(s): Anatolij Gelimson and Ramin GolestanianDynamical renormalization group methods can be used to probe the long-range chemical interactions in cell populations.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 028101] P … - Body-Assisted van der Waals Interaction between Excited Atoms

Author(s): Hassan Safari and Mohammad Reza KarimpourWe present a formula for the body-assisted van der Waals interaction potential between two atoms, one or both being prepared in an excited energy ei … - Alfvén Acoustic Channel for Ion Energy in High-Beta Tokamak Plasmas

Author(s): Andreas Bierwage, Nobuyuki Aiba, and Kouji ShinoharaWhen the plasma beta (ratio of thermal to magnetic pressure) in the core of a tokamak is raised to values of several percent, as required … - Saturable Absorption of an X-Ray Free-Electron-Laser Heated Solid-Density Aluminum Plasma

Author(s): D. S. Rackstraw, O. Ciricosta, S. M. Vinko, B. Barbrel, T. Burian, J. Chalupský, B. I. Cho, H.-K. Chung, G. L. Dakovski, K. Engelhorn, V. Hájková, P. Heimann, M. Holmes, L. Juha, J. Krzywin … - Spin Correlation in O_{2} Chemisorption on Ni(111)

Author(s): Mitsunori Kurahashi and Yasushi YamauchiMolecular oxygen (O2) is a paramagnetic linear molecule, yet how its electron spin affects the chemisorption probability remains unclear. We here pre … - Topology and Interactions in a Frustrated Slab: Tuning from Weyl Semimetals to C>1 Fractional Chern Insulators

Author(s): E. J. Bergholtz, Zhao Liu, M. Trescher, R. Moessner, and M. UdagawaWe show that, quite generically, a [111] slab of spin-orbit coupled pyrochlore lattice exhibits surface states whose const … - Can the Differences in the Determinations of V_{ub} and V_{cb} Be Explained by New Physics?

Author(s): Andreas Crivellin and Stefan PokorskiThe precise determination of the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa elements Vcb and Vub is crucial for any new physics analysis in the flavor sector. Their valu … - Hadronic Light-by-Light Scattering Contribution to the Muon Anomalous Magnetic Moment from Lattice QCD

Author(s): Thomas Blum, Saumitra Chowdhury, Masashi Hayakawa, and Taku IzubuchiThe most compelling possibility for a new law of nature beyond the four fundamental forces comprising the standard model … - Nuclear Neutron-Proton Contact and the Photoabsorption Cross Section

Author(s): Ronen Weiss, Betzalel Bazak, and Nir BarneaThe nuclear neutron-proton contact is introduced, generalizing Tan’s work, and evaluated from medium energy nuclear photodisintegration experiment … - Spectral Structure of Electron Antineutrinos from Nuclear Reactors

Author(s): D. A. Dwyer and T. J. LangfordRecent measurements of the positron energy spectrum obtained from inverse beta decay interactions of reactor electron antineutrinos show an excess in the 4 to … - Observation of a Four-Electron Auger Process in Near-K-Edge Photoionization of Singly Charged Carbon Ions

Author(s): A. Müller, A. Borovik, Jr., T. Buhr, J. Hellhund, K. Holste, A. L. D. Kilcoyne, S. Klumpp, M. Martins, S. Ricz, J. Viefhaus, and S. SchippersUsing a new photon-ion merged-beam setup at PETR … - Atomic Masses of Tritium and Helium-3

Author(s): E. G. Myers, A. Wagner, H. Kracke, and B. A. WessonBy measuring the cyclotron frequency ratios of 3He+ to HD+ and T+ to HD+, and using HD+ as a mass reference, we obtain new atomic masses f … - Route to Chaos in Optomechanics

Author(s): L. Bakemeier, A. Alvermann, and H. FehskeWe establish the emergence of chaotic motion in optomechanical systems. Chaos appears at negative detuning for experimentally accessible values of t … - Magnetically Assisted Fast Ignition

Author(s): W.-M. Wang, P. Gibbon, Z.-M. Sheng, and Y.-T. LiFast ignition (FI) is investigated via integrated particle-in-cell simulation including both generation and transport of fast electrons, wher … - Observation of the Leggett-Rice Effect in a Unitary Fermi Gas

Author(s): S. Trotzky, S. Beattie, C. Luciuk, S. Smale, A. B. Bardon, T. Enss, E. Taylor, S. Zhang, and J. H. ThywissenMeasurements of the transverse spin diffusivity of a unitary Fermi gas show that … - Selective Detection of Angular-Momentum-Polarized Auger Electrons by Atomic Stereography

Author(s): Fumihiko Matsui, Masayoshi Fujita, Takuya Ohta, Naoyuki Maejima, Hirosuke Matsui, Hiroaki Nishikawa, Tomohiro Matsushita, and Hiroshi DaimonWhen a core level is excited by circularly polari … - Nanoscale Directional Motion towards Regions of Stiffness

Author(s): Tienchong Chang, Hongwei Zhang, Zhengrong Guo, Xingming Guo, and Huajian GaoHow to induce nanoscale directional motion via some intrinsic mechanisms pertaining to a nanosystem remains a cha … - Non-Kondo-like Electronic Structure in the Correlated Rare-Earth Hexaboride YbB_{6}

Author(s): Madhab Neupane, Su-Yang Xu, Nasser Alidoust, Guang Bian, D. J. Kim, Chang Liu, I. Belopolski, T.-R. Chang, H.-T. Jeng, T. Durakiewicz, H. Lin, A. Bansil, Z. Fisk, and M. Z. HasanWe present … - Spatially Resolved Transient Dynamics of Charge Density Waves in NbSe_{3}

Author(s): E. C. Geil and R. E. ThorneWe have developed methods for acquiring temporally and spatially resolved spectrograms of the velocity of sliding charge-density waves (CDWs), allowing unpreceden … - Determination of the Nitrogen Vacancy as a Shallow Compensating Center in GaN Doped with Divalent Metals

Author(s): J. Buckeridge, C. R. A. Catlow, D. O. Scanlon, T. W. Keal, P. Sherwood, M. Miskufova, A. Walsh, S. M. Woodley, and A. A. SokolWe report accurate energetics of defects introduced in GaN on d … - Shot Noise Induced by Nonequilibrium Spin Accumulation

Author(s): Tomonori Arakawa, Junichi Shiogai, Mariusz Ciorga, Martin Utz, Dieter Schuh, Makoto Kohda, Junsaku Nitta, Dominique Bougeard, Dieter Weiss, Teruo Ono, and Kensuke KobayashiExcess shot noise … - Proximity-Induced Ferromagnetism in Graphene Revealed by the Anomalous Hall Effect

Author(s): Zhiyong Wang, Chi Tang, Raymond Sachs, Yafis Barlas, and Jing ShiPlacing graphene on an insulating magnetic substrate can make the material ferromagnetic without disturbing its exceptional … - Phonon-Mediated Electron Transport through CaO Thin Films

Author(s): Yi Cui, Sergio Tosoni, Wolf-Dieter Schneider, Gianfranco Pacchioni, Niklas Nilius, and Hans-Joachim FreundScanning tunneling microscopy has developed into a powerful tool for the characteri …