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Author(s): Zvi Bern, Michael Enciso, Chia-Hsien Shen, and Mao ZengThe planar scattering amplitudes of $\mathcal{N}=4$ super-Yang-Mills theory display symmetries and structures which underlie their rel … - Role of Radial Charges on the Angular Momentum of Electromagnetic Fields: Spin-$3/2$ Light

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Author(s): Dominik S. Wild, Ephraim Shahmoon, Susanne F. Yelin, and Mikhail D. LukinWe show that a nonlinear optical response associated with a resonant, atomically thin material can be dramatically e … - Effects of Polarization on Particle-Laden Flows

Author(s): Jari Kolehmainen, Ali Ozel, Yile Gu, Troy Shinbrot, and Sankaran SundaresanSimulations of particle-laden flow with dielectric particles are carried out with varying levels of electrical cha … - Anomalous Phonon Lifetime Shortening in Paramagnetic CrN Caused by Spin-Lattice Coupling: A Combined Spin and Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Study

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Author(s): Renjun Du (杜人君), Ming-Hao Liu (劉明豪), Jens Mohrmann, Fan Wu (吴凡), Ralph Krupke, Hilbert von Löhneysen, Klaus Richter, and Romain DanneauWe show that in gapped bilayer graphene, quasiparticle … - Microscopic Origin of Frictional Rheology in Dense Suspensions: Correlations in Force Space

Author(s): Jetin E. Thomas, Kabir Ramola, Abhinendra Singh, Romain Mari, Jeffrey F. Morris, and Bulbul ChakrabortyA statistical framework based on correlations in space representing forces describes t … - Comment on “Circumventing Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle in Atom Interferometry Tests of the Equivalence Principle”

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Author(s): Dimitrios Giataganas, Umut Gürsoy, and Juan F. PedrazaWe initiate a nonperturbative study of anisotropic, nonconformal, and confining gauge theories that are holographically realized in gra … - Complexity Growth Rate in Lovelock Gravity

Author(s): Pablo A. Cano, Robie A. Hennigar, and Hugo MarrochioUsing the $\text{complexity}=\text{action}$ framework, we compute the late time growth of complexity for charged black holes in Lovelock … - Invisible Neutrino Decay Could Resolve IceCube’s Track and Cascade Tension

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Author(s): Alexander W. Bray, Sebastian Eckart, and Anatoli S. KheifetsResults from a controversial photoelectron tunneling-time experiment in an attosecond clock are explained by the Keldysh-Rutherfo … - High-Fidelity Control and Entanglement of Rydberg-Atom Qubits

Author(s): Harry Levine, Alexander Keesling, Ahmed Omran, Hannes Bernien, Sylvain Schwartz, Alexander S. Zibrov, Manuel Endres, Markus Greiner, Vladan Vuletić, and Mikhail D. LukinIndividual neutral a … - Hybrid Systems for the Generation of Nonclassical Mechanical States via Quadratic Interactions

Author(s): Carlos Sánchez Muñoz, Antonio Lara, Jorge Puebla, and Franco NoriWe present a method to implement two-phonon interactions between mechanical resonators and spin qubits in hybrid setups, and … - Deterministic Free-Space Source of Single Photons Using Rydberg Atoms

Author(s): David Petrosyan and Klaus MølmerWe propose an efficient free-space scheme to create single photons in a well-defined spatiotemporal mode. To that end, we first prepare a single source atom … - Many-Body Quantum Interference and the Saturation of Out-of-Time-Order Correlators

Author(s): Josef Rammensee, Juan Diego Urbina, and Klaus RichterOut-of-time-order correlators (OTOCs) have been proposed as sensitive probes for chaos in interacting quantum systems. They exhibit a ch … - Simultaneous Observation of a Topological Edge State and Exceptional Point in an Open and Non-Hermitian Acoustic System

Author(s): Weiwei Zhu, Xinsheng Fang, Dongting Li, Yong Sun, Yong Li, Yun Jing, and Hong ChenThis Letter reports on the experimental observation of a topologically protected edge state and exceptional … - Tumbling of Inertial Fibers in Turbulence

Author(s): S. Bounoua, G. Bouchet, and G. VerhilleAnisotropic particles play a major role in many environmental and industrial turbulent flows. The modeling of their rotation dynamics is a fundamental … - Direct Measurement of Anharmonic Decay Channels of a Coherent Phonon

Author(s): Samuel W. Teitelbaum, Thomas Henighan, Yijing Huang, Hanzhe Liu, Mason P. Jiang, Diling Zhu, Matthieu Chollet, Takahiro Sato, Éamonn D. Murray, Stephen Fahy, Shane O’Mahony, Trevor P. Baile … - Continuum Charge Excitations in High-Valence Transition-Metal Oxides Revealed by Resonant Inelastic X-Ray Scattering

Author(s): Atsushi Hariki, Mathias Winder, and Jan KunešWe present a theoretical investigation of the origin of Raman-like and fluorescencelike (FL) features of resonant inelastic x-ray scattering (RI … - Stability of Periodically Driven Topological Phases against Disorder

Author(s): Oles Shtanko and Ramis MovassaghIn recent experiments, time-dependent periodic fields are used to create exotic topological phases of matter with potential applications ranging from quantum … - Observation of Spin-Valley-Coupling-Induced Large Spin-Lifetime Anisotropy in Bilayer Graphene

Author(s): Johannes Christian Leutenantsmeyer, Josep Ingla-Aynés, Jaroslav Fabian, and Bart J. van WeesTwo groups have shown they can create long-lived, polarized spin currents in bilayer graphene.[Ph ... - Strong and Tunable Spin-Lifetime Anisotropy in Dual-Gated Bilayer Graphene

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Author(s): Z. Su, A. Zarassi, J.-F. Hsu, P. San-Jose, E. Prada, R. Aguado, E. J. H. Lee, S. Gazibegovic, R. L. M. Op het Veld, D. Car, S. R. Plissard, M. Hocevar, M. Pendharkar, J. S. Lee, J. A. Logan ... - Network Model of the Disordered Phase in Symmetric Diblock Copolymer Melts

Author(s): Mridul Yadav, Frank S. Bates, and David C. MorseWe present a model for the order-disorder transition of symmetric $A\text{−}B$ diblock copolymer melts in which the disordered phase is treat ... - Pareto Optimality in Multilayer Network Growth

Author(s): Andrea Santoro, Vito Latora, Giuseppe Nicosia, and Vincenzo NicosiaWe model the formation of multilayer transportation networks as a multiobjective optimization process, where service provi ... - Comment on “Replica Symmetry Breaking in Trajectories of a Driven Brownian Particle”

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Author(s): Emily J. Davis, Zhaoyou Wang, Amir H. Safavi-Naeini, and Monika H. Schleier-SmithWe propose a robust scheme for generating macroscopic superposition states of spin or motion with the aid of … - Observation of Nonlocal Heat Flux Using Thomson Scattering

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Author(s): M. Yi, A. Frano, D. H. Lu, Y. He, Meng Wang, B. A. Frandsen, A. F. Kemper, R. Yu, Q. Si, L. Wang, M. He, F. Hardy, P. Schweiss, P. Adelmann, T. Wolf, M. Hashimoto, S.-K. Mo, Z. Hussain, M. ... - Unconventional Multiband Superconductivity in Bulk ${\mathrm{SrTiO}}_{3}$ and ${\mathrm{LaAlO}}_{3}/{\mathrm{SrTiO}}_{3}$ Interfaces

Author(s): Thaís V. Trevisan, Michael Schütt, and Rafael M. FernandesAlthough discovered many decades ago, superconductivity in doped ${\mathrm{SrTiO}}_{3}$ remains a topic of intense research. Recent ... - Energy Storage via Topological Spin Textures

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Author(s): Magdalena Gruziel, Krishnan Thyagarajan, Giovanni Dietler, Andrzej Stasiak, Maria L. Ekiel-Jeżewska, and Piotr SzymczakA knotted loop of metal beads—mimicking a knotted molecule—organizes i ... - Erratum: Tests of General Relativity with GW150914 [Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 221101 (2016)]

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Author(s): M. Holten, L. Bayha, A. C. Klein, P. A. Murthy, P. M. Preiss, and S. JochimThe frequency of the breathing mode of a two-dimensional Fermi gas with zero-range interactions in a harmonic conf … - Quantum Anomaly and 2D-3D Crossover in Strongly Interacting Fermi Gases

Author(s): T. Peppler, P. Dyke, M. Zamorano, I. Herrera, S. Hoinka, and C. J. ValeWe present an experimental investigation of collective oscillations in harmonically trapped Fermi gases through the cr … - Cycling Tames Power Fluctuations near Optimum Efficiency

Author(s): Viktor Holubec and Artem RyabovAccording to the laws of thermodynamics, no heat engine can beat the efficiency of a Carnot cycle. This efficiency traditionally comes with vanishing power ou … - Observation of Higgs Boson Decay to Bottom Quarks

Author(s): A. M. Sirunyan et al. (CMS Collaboration)Two CERN experiments have observed the most probable decay channel of the Higgs boson—a milestone in the pursuit to confirm whether this remarkable … - Nonreciprocity Realized with Quantum Nonlinearity

Author(s): Andrés Rosario Hamann, Clemens Müller, Markus Jerger, Maximilian Zanner, Joshua Combes, Mikhail Pletyukhov, Martin Weides, Thomas M. Stace, and Arkady FedorovNonreciprocal devices are a key … - Enhancing the Radiation Resistance of Undulator Permanent Magnets by Tilting the Easy Axis of Magnetization

Author(s): Teruhiko Bizen, Ryota Kinjo, and Takashi TanakaThe undulator is a magnetic device usually consisting of a series of rare-earth permanent magnets (REPMs) arranged to generate a sinusoidal ma … - Avalanche Behavior in Creep Failure of Disordered Materials

Author(s): D. F. Castellanos and M. ZaiserWe present a mesoscale elastoplastic model of creep in disordered materials, which considers temperature-dependent stochastic activation of localized deformat … - Quantum Spin Hall Effect and Spin Bott Index in a Quasicrystal Lattice

Author(s): Huaqing Huang and Feng LiuA proposed realization of the quantum spin Hall state in quasicrystals would extend electronic topology beyond crystals to aperiodic and amorphous systems.[Phys. R ... - Fractional Excitonic Insulator

Author(s): Yichen Hu, Jörn W. F. Venderbos, and C. L. KaneA correlated fluid of electrons and holes can exhibit the fractional quantum Hall effect at zero magnetic field.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 121, 126601] … - Binary Two-Dimensional Honeycomb Lattice with Strong Spin-Orbit Coupling and Electron-Hole Asymmetry

Author(s): Jian Gou, Bingyu Xia, Hang Li, Xuguang Wang, Longjuan Kong, Peng Cheng, Hui Li, Weifeng Zhang, Tian Qian, Hong Ding, Yong Xu, Wenhui Duan, Kehui Wu, and Lan ChenA honeycomb structure of Bi … - Anomalous Hall Effect in 2D Dirac Materials

Author(s): Manuel Offidani and Aires FerreiraWe present a unified theory of charge carrier transport in 2D Dirac systems with broken mirror inversion and time-reversal symmetries (e.g., as realized in … - Thermal Critical Points and Quantum Critical End Point in the Frustrated Bilayer Heisenberg Antiferromagnet

Author(s): J. Stapmanns, P. Corboz, F. Mila, A. Honecker, B. Normand, and S. WesselWe consider the finite-temperature phase diagram of the $S=1/2$ frustrated Heisenberg bilayer. Although this two-dime … - Constraint-Based Approach to Granular Dispersion Rheology

Author(s): B. M. Guy, J. A. Richards, D. J. M. Hodgson, E. Blanco, and W. C. K. PoonWe present a phenomenological model for granular suspension rheology in which particle interactions enter as constra … - Transition from Asynchronous to Oscillatory Dynamics in Balanced Spiking Networks with Instantaneous Synapses

Author(s): Matteo di Volo and Alessandro TorciniWe report a transition from asynchronous to oscillatory behavior in balanced inhibitory networks for class I and II neurons with instantaneous synapses. … - Spatially Adiabatic Frequency Conversion in Optoelectromechanical Arrays

Author(s): Ondřej Černotík, Sahand Mahmoodian, and Klemens HammererFaithful conversion of quantum signals between microwave and optical frequency domains is crucial for building quantum networks based … - Correlation Functions of the Quantum Sine-Gordon Model in and out of Equilibrium

Author(s): I. Kukuljan, S. Sotiriadis, and G. TakacsComplete information on the equilibrium behavior and dynamics of quantum field theory (QFT) is provided by multipoint correlation functions. However … - Uncertainty Relations in Implementation of Unitary Operations

Author(s): Hiroyasu Tajima, Naoto Shiraishi, and Keiji SaitoThe underlying mechanism in the implementation of unitary operation on a system with an external apparatus is studied. We implement the unit … - Fundamental Quantum Limits of Multicarrier Optomechanical Sensors

Author(s): Dominic Branford, Haixing Miao, and Animesh DattaOptomechanical sensors involving multiple optical carriers can experience mechanically mediated interactions causing multimode correlations … - Natural Explanation for 21 cm Absorption Signals via Axion-Induced Cooling

Author(s): Nick Houston, Chuang Li, Tianjun Li, Qiaoli Yang, and Xin ZhangThe EDGES Collaboration has reported an anomalously strong 21 cm absorption feature corresponding to the era of first star for … - Spin–Orbital-Angular-Momentum Coupled Bose-Einstein Condensates

Author(s): H.-R. Chen, K.-Y. Lin, P.-K. Chen, N.-C. Chiu, J.-B. Wang, C.-A. Chen, P.-P. Huang, S.-K. Yip, Yuki Kawaguchi, and Y.-J. LinWe demonstrate coupling between the atomic spin- and orbital-angu … - Unveiling the Superconducting Mechanism of ${\mathrm{Ba}}_{0.51}{\mathrm{K}}_{0.49}{\mathrm{BiO}}_{3}$

Author(s): C. H. P. Wen, H. C. Xu, Q. Yao, R. Peng, X. H. Niu, Q. Y. Chen, Z. T. Liu, D. W. Shen, Q. Song, X. Lou, Y. F. Fang, X. S. Liu, Y. H. Song, Y. J. Jiao, T. F. Duan, H. H. Wen, P. Dudin, G. Ko … - Hyperentanglement of Photons Emitted by a Quantum Dot

Author(s): Maximilian Prilmüller, Tobias Huber, Markus Müller, Peter Michler, Gregor Weihs, and Ana PredojevićA hyperentangled state of light represents a valuable tool capable of reducing the experim … - Electron-Phonon Systems on a Universal Quantum Computer

Author(s): Alexandru Macridin, Panagiotis Spentzouris, James Amundson, and Roni HarnikWe present an algorithm that extends existing quantum algorithms for simulating fermion systems in quantum chemist … - Dark Matter Search Results from a One Ton-Year Exposure of XENON1T

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Author(s): P. Agnes et al. (The DarkSide Collaboration)We present new constraints on sub-GeV dark-matter particles scattering off electrons based on 6780.0 kg d of data collected with the DarkSide-50 … - Constraining Effective Field Theories with Machine Learning

Author(s): Johann Brehmer, Kyle Cranmer, Gilles Louppe, and Juan PavezA proposed machine-learning approach could speed up the analysis that underlies searches for new particles in high-energy collisio … - Light-Cone Parton Distribution Functions from Lattice QCD

Author(s): Constantia Alexandrou, Krzysztof Cichy, Martha Constantinou, Karl Jansen, Aurora Scapellato, and Fernanda SteffensWe extract parton distribution functions (PDFs) of the nucleon from lattice … - Pion-Pole Contribution to Hadronic Light-By-Light Scattering in the Anomalous Magnetic Moment of the Muon

Author(s): Martin Hoferichter, Bai-Long Hoid, Bastian Kubis, Stefan Leupold, and Sebastian P. SchneiderThe ${π}^{0}$ pole constitutes the lowest-lying singularity of the hadronic light-by-light (HLBL) … - Cavity-Correlated Electron-Nuclear Dynamics from First Principles

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Author(s): Raphael Brechbühler, Freddy T. Rabouw, Patrik Rohner, Boris le Feber, Dimos Poulikakos, and David J. NorrisFifty years ago, Drexhage et al. showed how photon emission from an electric dipol … - High-Mobility Spin-Polarized Two-Dimensional Electron Gases at $\mathrm{EuO}/{\mathrm{KTaO}}_{3}$ Interfaces

Author(s): Hongrui Zhang, Yu Yun, Xuejing Zhang, Hui Zhang, Yang Ma, Xi Yan, Fei Wang, Gang Li, Rui Li, Tahira Khan, Yuansha Chen, Wei Liu, Fengxia Hu, Banggui Liu, Baogen Shen, Wei Han, and Jirong Su … - Anomalous Quantum-Critical Scaling Corrections in Two-Dimensional Antiferromagnets

Author(s): Nvsen Ma, Phillip Weinberg, Hui Shao, Wenan Guo, Dao-Xin Yao, and Anders W. SandvikWe study the Néel-paramagnetic quantum phase transition in two-dimensional dimerized $S=1/2$ Heisenberg an … - Relativistic Measurement Backaction in the Quantum Dirac Oscillator

Author(s): Keye Zhang, Lu Zhou, Pierre Meystre, and Weiping ZhangAn elegant method to circumvent quantum measurement backaction is the use of quantum mechanics free subsystems (QMFS), with one approac … - Single-Loop Realization of Arbitrary Nonadiabatic Holonomic Single-Qubit Quantum Gates in a Superconducting Circuit

Author(s): Y. Xu, W. Cai, Y. Ma, X. Mu, L. Hu, Tao Chen, H. Wang, Y. P. Song, Zheng-Yuan Xue, Zhang-qi Yin, and L. SunGeometric phases are noise resilient, and thus provide a robust way towards high-f … - Quantum-Limited Atomic Receiver in the Electrically Small Regime

Author(s): Kevin C. Cox, David H. Meyer, Fredrik K. Fatemi, and Paul D. KunzWe use a quantum sensor based on thermal Rydberg atoms to receive data encoded in electromagnetic fields in the extreme elec … - Stellar $^{36,38}\mathrm{Ar}(n,γ)^{37,39}\mathrm{Ar}$ Reactions and Their Effect on Light Neutron-Rich Nuclide Synthesis

Author(s): M. Tessler, M. Paul, S. Halfon, B. S. Meyer, R. Pardo, R. Purtschert, K. E. Rehm, R. Scott, M. Weigand, L. Weissman, S. Almaraz-Calderon, M. L. Avila, D. Baggenstos, P. Collon, N. Hazenshpr … - Full Coupled-Cluster Reduction for Accurate Description of Strong Electron Correlation

Author(s): Enhua Xu, Motoyuki Uejima, and Seiichiro Lenka Ten-noA full coupled-cluster expansion suitable for sparse algebraic operations is developed by expanding the commutators of the Baker-Campbel … - Ultrafast Mapping of Coherent Dynamics and Density Matrix Reconstruction in a Terahertz-Assisted Laser Field

Author(s): Yizhu Zhang, Tian-Min Yan, and Y. H. JiangA time-resolved spectroscopic protocol exploiting terahertz-assisted photoionization is proposed to reconstruct transient density matrix. Populatio … - Capturing Photoelectron Motion with Guiding Centers

Author(s): J. Dubois, S. A. Berman, C. Chandre, and T. UzerElectron motion in combined strong laser and Coulomb fields is central to laser-matter interactions. By mapping this problem onto the motion … - Unraveling the Stereodynamics of Cold Controlled $\mathrm{HD}\text{−}{\mathrm{H}}_{2}$ Collisions

Author(s): James F. E. Croft, Naduvalath Balakrishnan, Meng Huang, and Hua GuoFirst principles simulations of the HD-H2 collisions show that a single scattering resonance controls the stereochemistry … - Electron Ghost Imaging

Author(s): S. Li, F. Cropp, K. Kabra, T. J. Lane, G. Wetzstein, P. Musumeci, and D. RatnerGhost imaging—a sensitive imaging technique previously demonstrated with visible and x-ray light—has been exte … - Two Diverging Length Scales in the Structure of Jammed Packings

Author(s): Daniel Hexner, Andrea J. Liu, and Sidney R. NagelAt densities higher than the jamming transition for athermal, frictionless repulsive spheres we find two distinct length scales, both of whi … - Torque-Induced Change in Configuration of a Single NO Molecule on Cu(110)

Author(s): Akitoshi Shiotari, Takafumi Odani, and Yoshiaki SugimotoWe demonstrated that a nitric oxide (NO) molecule on Cu(110) acts as an “ON-OFF-ON toggle switch” that can be turned on and off by re … - Spontaneous Exciton Valley Coherence in Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Monolayers Interfaced with an Anisotropic Metasurface

Author(s): Pankaj K. Jha, Nir Shitrit, Xuexin Ren, Yuan Wang, and Xiang ZhangThe control of the exciton intervalley coherence renders transition metal dichalcogenides monolayers promising candidates f … - Core Electrons in the Electronic Stopping of Heavy Ions

Author(s): Rafi Ullah, Emilio Artacho, and Alfredo A. CorreaElectronic stopping power in the $\mathrm{keV}/Å$ range is accurately calculated from first principles for high atomic-number projectiles an … - Topological Switch between Second-Order Topological Insulators and Topological Crystalline Insulators

Author(s): Motohiko EzawaWe investigate a topological switch between second-order topological insulators (SOTIs) and topological crystalline insulators (TCIs). Both the SOTI and the TCI are protected … - Crystallization in the Fractional Quantum Hall Regime Induced by Landau-Level Mixing

Author(s): Jianyun Zhao, Yuhe Zhang, and J. K. JainThe interplay between strongly correlated liquid and crystal phases for two-dimensional electrons exposed to a high transverse magnetic field is of f … - Loss Mechanisms and Quasiparticle Dynamics in Superconducting Microwave Resonators Made of Thin-Film Granular Aluminum

Author(s): Lukas Grünhaupt, Nataliya Maleeva, Sebastian T. Skacel, Martino Calvo, Florence Levy-Bertrand, Alexey V. Ustinov, Hannes Rotzinger, Alessandro Monfardini, Gianluigi Catelani, and Ioan M. Po … - Giant Pressure Dependence and Dimensionality Switching in a Metal-Organic Quantum Antiferromagnet

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Author(s): A. C. Garcia-Castro, W. Ibarra-Hernandez, Eric Bousquet, and Aldo H. RomeroHerewith, first-principles calculations based on density functional theory are used to describe the ideal magnetiz … - Scaling Behavior of Anisotropy Relaxation in Deformed Polymers

Author(s): Christopher N. Lam, Wen-Sheng Xu, Wei-Ren Chen, Zhe Wang, Christopher B. Stanley, Jan-Michael Y. Carrillo, David Uhrig, Weiyu Wang, Kunlun Hong, Yun Liu, Lionel Porcar, Changwoo Do, Gregory … - Kinetic Selection of Template Polymer with Complex Sequences

Author(s): Yoshiya J. Matsubara and Kunihiko KanekoThe emergence and maintenance of polymers with complex sequences pose a major question in the study of the origin of life. To answer this, we study a … - Molecular Motors Govern Liquidlike Ordering and Fusion Dynamics of Bacterial Colonies

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