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Author(s): Farid Shahandeh, Austin P. Lund, and Timothy C. RalphDetermination of the quantum nature of correlations between two spatially separated systems plays a crucial role in quantum information … - Dark Matter Coannihilation with a Lighter Species

Author(s): Asher BerlinWe propose a new thermal freeze-out mechanism for ultraheavy dark matter. Dark matter coannihilates with a lighter unstable species that is nearby in mass, leading to an annihil … - Characterization of the $^{163}\mathrm{Ho}$ Electron Capture Spectrum: A Step Towards the Electron Neutrino Mass Determination

Author(s): P. C.-O. Ranitzsch, C. Hassel, M. Wegner, D. Hengstler, S. Kempf, A. Fleischmann, C. Enss, L. Gastaldo, A. Herlert, and K. JohnstonThe isotope $^{163}\mathrm{Ho}$ is in many ways the best c … - Simultaneous Deep Tunneling and Classical Hopping for Hydrogen Diffusion on Metals

Author(s): Wei Fang, Jeremy O. Richardson, Ji Chen, Xin-Zheng Li, and Angelos MichaelidesHydrogen diffusion on metals exhibits rich quantum behavior, which is not yet fully understood. Using simulatio … - Gaussian Hypothesis Testing and Quantum Illumination

Author(s): Mark M. Wilde, Marco Tomamichel, Seth Lloyd, and Mario BertaQuantum hypothesis testing is one of the most basic tasks in quantum information theory and has fundamental links with quantum co … - Role of Intrapulse Coherence in Carrier-Envelope Phase Stabilization

Author(s): Nils Raabe, Tianli Feng, Tobias Witting, Ayhan Demircan, Carsten Brée, and Günter SteinmeyerThe concept of coherence is of fundamental importance for describing the physical characteristics … - Mechanism behind Erosive Bursts In Porous Media

Author(s): R. Jäger, M. Mendoza, and H. J. HerrmannErosion and deposition during flow through porous media can lead to large erosive bursts that manifest as jumps in permeability and pressure loss. He … - Enhanced Second-Order Nonlinearity for THz Generation by Resonant Interaction of Exciton-Polariton Rabi Oscillations with Optical Phonons

Author(s): Katharina Rojan, Yoan Léger, Giovanna Morigi, Maxime Richard, and Anna MinguzziSemiconductor microcavities in the strong-coupling regime exhibit an energy scale in the terahertz (THz) frequ … - Search for Low Mass Vector Resonances Decaying to Quark-Antiquark Pairs in Proton-Proton Collisions at $\sqrt{s}=13\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{TeV}$

Author(s): A. M. Sirunyan et al. (CMS Collaboration)A search is reported for a narrow vector resonance decaying to quark-antiquark pairs in proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s}=13\text{ }\text{ }\mat … - Dissecting Reactor Antineutrino Flux Calculations

Author(s): A. A. Sonzogni, E. A. McCutchan, and A. C. HayesCurrent predictions for the antineutrino yield and spectra from a nuclear reactor rely on the experimental electron spectra from $^{235}\math … - Enhancement of the Triple Alpha Rate in a Hot Dense Medium

Author(s): Mary Beard, Sam M. Austin, and Richard CyburtIn a sufficiently hot and dense astrophysical environment the rate of the triple-alpha ($3α$) reaction can increase greatly over the value appro … - Atomic Clock Measurements of Quantum Scattering Phase Shifts Spanning Feshbach Resonances at Ultralow Fields

Author(s): Aaron Bennett, Kurt Gibble, Servaas Kokkelmans, and Jeremy M. HutsonWe use an atomic fountain clock to measure quantum scattering phase shifts precisely through a series of narrow, low-fiel … - Vibrational Feshbach Resonances Mediated by Nondipole Positron-Molecule Interactions

Author(s): M. R. Natisin, J. R. Danielson, G. F. Gribakin, A. R. Swann, and C. M. SurkoMeasurements of energy-resolved positron-molecule annihilation show the existence of positron binding and vibrati … - Emergence of Type-II Dirac Points in Graphynelike Photonic Lattices

Author(s): Georgios G. Pyrialakos, Nicholas S. Nye, Nikolaos V. Kantartzis, and Demetrios N. ChristodoulidesThe band structure of an all-dielectric, non-centrosymmetric photonic lattice is predicted t … - Spontaneous Formation of Vector Vortex Beams in Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Lasers with Feedback

Author(s): Jesus Jimenez-Garcia, Pedro Rodriguez, T. Guillet, and T. AckemannA simple laser setup has spontaneously produced nonuniform polarization patterns called vector vortices.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 1 ... - Optically Controlled Orbital Angular Momentum Generation in a Polaritonic Quantum Fluid

Author(s): S. M. H. Luk, N. H. Kwong, P. Lewandowski, S. Schumacher, and R. BinderApplications of the orbital angular momentum (OAM) of light range from the next generation of optical communication sy ... - Two-Dimensional Pulse Propagation without Anomalous Dispersion

Author(s): Carl M. Bender, Francisco J. Rodríguez-Fortuño, Sarben Sarkar, and Anatoly V. ZayatsAnomalous dispersion is a surprising phenomenon associated with wave propagation in an even number of spa ... - Shapes and Fissility of Highly Charged and Rapidly Rotating Levitated Liquid Drops

Author(s): L. Liao and R. J. A. HillWe use diamagnetic levitation to investigate the shapes and the stability of free electrically charged and spinning liquid drops of volume $∼1$ ml. In addition to b ... - Extraordinary Indentation Strain Stiffening Produces Superhard Tungsten Nitrides

Author(s): Cheng Lu, Quan Li, Yanming Ma, and Changfeng ChenTransition-metal light-element compounds are a class of designer materials tailored to be a new generation of superhard solids, but indentat ... - Mapping Isobaric Aging onto the Equilibrium Phase Diagram

Author(s): Kristine NissThe linear volume relaxation and the nonlinear volume aging of a glass-forming liquid are measured, directly compared, and used to extract the out-of-equilibrium relaxation tim ... - Echoes of the Glass Transition in Athermal Soft Spheres

Author(s): Peter K. Morse and Eric I. CorwinRecent theoretical advances have led to the creation of a unified phase diagram for the thermal glass and athermal jamming transitions. This diagram makes c ... - Evidence That Strain-Rate Softening Is Not Necessary for Material Instability Patterns

Author(s): Julio R. Valdes, François Guillard, and Itai EinavStrain-rate softening has been associated with a wide variety of material instabilities, from the Portevin–Le Chatelier effect in metal all ... - Temperature Scaling Law for Quantum Annealing Optimizers

Author(s): Tameem Albash, Victor Martin-Mayor, and Itay HenCalculations show that quantum annealing—the quantum computing method used in a commercially available device—is hampered by thermal effects. ... - Monogamy Inequality for Any Local Quantum Resource and Entanglement

Author(s): S. CamaletWe derive a monogamy inequality for any local quantum resource and entanglement. It results from the fact that there is always a convex measure for a quantum resource, as shown he ... - Heat Transport via Low-Dimensional Systems with Broken Time-Reversal Symmetry

Author(s): Shuji Tamaki, Makiko Sasada, and Keiji SaitoWe consider heat transport via systems with broken time-reversal symmetry. We apply magnetic fields to the one-dimensional charged particle syste ... - Diffusion in Deterministic Interacting Lattice Systems

Author(s): Marko Medenjak, Katja Klobas, and Tomaž ProsenWe study reversible deterministic dynamics of classical charged particles on a lattice with hard-core interaction. It is rigorously shown that ... - Scaling Theory of Entanglement at the Many-Body Localization Transition

Author(s): Philipp T. Dumitrescu, Romain Vasseur, and Andrew C. PotterWe study the universal properties of eigenstate entanglement entropy across the transition between many-body localized (MBL) and t ... - Constraining Quirky Tracks with Conventional Searches

Author(s): Marco Farina and Matthew LowQuirks are particles that are charged both under the standard model and under a new confining group. The quirk setup assumes there are no light flavors of the ne ... - Realizing and Detecting a Topological Insulator in the AIII Symmetry Class

Author(s): Carlos G. Velasco and Belén ParedesTopological insulators in the AIII (chiral unitary) symmetry class lack experimental realization. Moreover, fractionalization in one-dimensional topologic ... - Incommensurate Chirality Density Wave Transition in a Hybrid Molecular Framework

Author(s): Joshua A. Hill, Kirsten E. Christensen, and Andrew L. GoodwinUsing single-crystal x-ray diffraction we characterize the 235 K incommensurate phase transition in the hybrid molecular framewo ... - Self-Averaging Fluctuations in the Chaoticity of Simple Fluids

Author(s): Moupriya Das and Jason R. GreenBulk properties of equilibrium liquids are a manifestation of intermolecular forces. Here, we show how these forces imprint on dynamical fluctuations in the L ... - Nanoparticle Superlattices as Quasi-Frank-Kasper Phases

Author(s): Alex TravessetI show that all phases reported experimentally in binary nanoparticle superlattices can be described as networks of disclinations in an ideal lattice of regular tetrahedra. A ... - Disappearance of the Hexatic Phase in a Binary Mixture of Hard Disks

Author(s): John Russo and Nigel B. WildingRecent studies of melting in hard disks have confirmed the existence of a hexatic phase occurring in a narrow window of density which is separated from the is ... - Correlation Decay in Fermionic Lattice Systems with Power-Law Interactions at Nonzero Temperature

Author(s): Senaida Hernández-Santana, Christian Gogolin, J. Ignacio Cirac, and Antonio AcínWe study correlations in fermionic lattice systems with long-range interactions in thermal equilibrium. We pr ... - Self-Interacting Dark Matter Can Explain Diverse Galactic Rotation Curves

Author(s): Ayuki Kamada, Manoj Kaplinghat, Andrew B. Pace, and Hai-Bo YuDark matter that interacts with itself provides a better description of the speeds of stars in galaxies than dark matter that do ... - Gauss-Bonnet Supergravity in Six Dimensions

Author(s): Joseph Novak, Mehmet Ozkan, Yi Pang, and Gabriele Tartaglino-MazzucchelliThe supersymmetrization of curvature squared terms is important in the study of the low-energy limit of compactified ... - Derivation of the Time-Reversal Anomaly for ($2+1$)-Dimensional Topological Phases

Author(s): Yuji Tachikawa and Kazuya YonekuraWe prove an explicit formula conjectured recently by Wang and Levin for the anomaly of time-reversal symmetry in ($2+1$)-dimensional fermionic topological ... - Unexpected Large Hole Effective Masses in SnSe Revealed by Angle-Resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy

Author(s): Qiangsheng Lu, Minghui Wu, Di Wu, Cheng Chang, Yan-Ping Guo, Chun-Sheng Zhou, Wei Li, Xiao-Ming Ma, Gan Wang, Li-Dong Zhao, Li Huang, Chang Liu, and Jiaqing HeSnSe has emerged as an efficie ... - Improved Noninterferometric Test of Collapse Models Using Ultracold Cantilevers

Author(s): A. Vinante, R. Mezzena, P. Falferi, M. Carlesso, and A. BassiOscillations of a microcantilever at milliKelvin temperature have been accurately measured, leading to more stringent limits on ... - All Entangled States can Demonstrate Nonclassical Teleportation

Author(s): Daniel Cavalcanti, Paul Skrzypczyk, and Ivan ŠupićA new benchmark for quantum teleportation shows that more entangled states are viable for this that previously thought.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 11 ... - Gravitational Wave Oscillations in Bigravity

Author(s): Kevin Max, Moritz Platscher, and Juri SmirnovWe derive consistent equations for gravitational wave oscillations in bigravity. In this framework a second dynamical tensor field is introduced ... - Large Spin Perturbation Theory for Conformal Field Theories

Author(s): Luis F. AldayWe consider conformal field theories around points of large twist degeneracy. Examples of this are theories with weakly broken higher spin symmetry and perturbations around gen ... - First Measurement of Transverse-Spin-Dependent Azimuthal Asymmetries in the Drell-Yan Process

Author(s): M. Aghasyan et al. (COMPASS Collaboration)The first measurement of transverse-spin-dependent azimuthal asymmetries in the pion-induced Drell-Yan (DY) process is reported. We use the CERN SP ... - Probing the Hardest Branching within Jets in Heavy-Ion Collisions

Author(s): Yang-Ting Chien and Ivan VitevHeavy ion collisions present exciting opportunities to study the effects of quantum coherence in the formation of subatomic particle showers. We report on the ... - Induced Cavities for Photonic Quantum Gates

Author(s): Ohr Lahad and Ofer FirstenbergEffective cavities can be optically induced in atomic media and employed to strengthen optical nonlinearities. Here we study the integration of induced cavitie ... - Conductance and Kondo Interference beyond Proportional Coupling

Author(s): Luis G. G. V. Dias da Silva, Caio H. Lewenkopf, Edson Vernek, Gerson J. Ferreira, and Sergio E. UlloaThe transport properties of nanostructured systems are deeply affected by the geometry o ... - Quantum Criticality in Resonant Andreev Conduction

Author(s): M. Pustilnik, B. van Heck, R. M. Lutchyn, and L. I. GlazmanMotivated by recent experiments with proximitized nanowires, we study a mesoscopic $s$-wave superconductor connected via point con ... - Mechanisms for Strong Anisotropy of In-Plane $g$-Factors in Hole Based Quantum Point Contacts

Author(s): D. S. Miserev, A. Srinivasan, O. A. Tkachenko, V. A. Tkachenko, I. Farrer, D. A. Ritchie, A. R. Hamilton, and O. P. SushkovIn-plane hole $g$ factors measured in quantum point contacts based ... - Emergent Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless Phase in Low-Dimensional Ferroelectrics

Author(s): Y. Nahas, S. Prokhorenko, I. Kornev, and L. BellaicheUsing first-principles-based simulations merging an effective Hamiltonian scheme with scaling, symmetry, and topological arguments, we f ... - Shear-Induced Heterogeneity in Associating Polymer Gels: Role of Network Structure and Dilatancy

Author(s): Ahmad K. Omar and Zhen-Gang WangWe study associating polymer gels under steady shear using Brownian dynamics simulation to explore the interplay between the network structure, dynamics, and ... - Dynamical Scaling and Phase Coexistence in Topologically Constrained DNA Melting

Author(s): Y. A. G. Fosado, D. Michieletto, and D. MarenduzzoThere is a long-standing experimental observation that the melting of topologically constrained DNA, such as circular closed plasmids, is l ... - Diffusion and Signatures of Localization in Stochastic Conformal Field Theory

Author(s): Denis Bernard and Benjamin DoyonWe define a simple model of conformal field theory in random space-time environments, which we refer to as stochastic conformal field theory. This model acco … - Observation of the Doubly Charmed Baryon ${\mathrm{Ξ}}_{cc}^{++}$

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)High-precision experiments at CERN find a new baryon containing two charm quarks.[Phys. Rev. Lett. 119, 112001] Published Mon Sep 11, 2017 - Enhancement of the Upper Critical Field in Disordered Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Monolayers

Author(s): Stefan Ilić, Julia S. Meyer, and Manuel HouzetWe calculate the effect of impurities on the superconducting phase diagram of transition metal dichalcogenide monolayers in the presence of an … - Electric Double Layer Composed of an Antagonistic Salt in an Aqueous Mixture: Local Charge Separation and Surface Phase Transition

Author(s): Shunsuke Yabunaka and Akira OnukiWe examine an electric double layer containing an antagonistic salt in an aqueous mixture, where the cations are small and hydrophilic but the anions are la … - General Galilei Covariant Gaussian Maps

Author(s): Giulio Gasbarri, Marko Toroš, and Angelo BassiWe characterize general non-Markovian Gaussian maps which are covariant under Galilean transformations. In particular, we consider translationa … - Experimental Detection of Quantum Channel Capacities

Author(s): Álvaro Cuevas, Massimiliano Proietti, Mario Arnolfo Ciampini, Stefano Duranti, Paolo Mataloni, Massimiliano F. Sacchi, and Chiara MacchiavelloWe present an efficient experimental procedure … - Polynomial-Time Classical Simulation of Quantum Ferromagnets

Author(s): Sergey Bravyi and David GossetWe consider a family of quantum spin systems which includes, as special cases, the ferromagnetic $XY$ model and ferromagnetic Ising model on any graph, with or … - Hybrid Semiclassical Theory of Quantum Quenches in One-Dimensional Systems

Author(s): Cătălin Paşcu Moca, Márton Kormos, and Gergely ZarándWe develop a hybrid semiclassical method to study the time evolution of one-dimensional quantum systems in and out of equilibrium. Our m … - Measurement of ${B}_{s}^{0}$ and ${D}_{s}^{−}$ Meson Lifetimes

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)We report on a measurement of the flavor-specific ${B}_{s}^{0}$ lifetime and of the ${D}_{s}^{−}$ lifetime using proton-proton collisions at center-of-mas … - QCD Coupling from a Nonperturbative Determination of the Three-Flavor $\mathrm{Λ}$ Parameter

Author(s): Mattia Bruno, Mattia Dalla Brida, Patrick Fritzsch, Tomasz Korzec, Alberto Ramos, Stefan Schaefer, Hubert Simma, Stefan Sint, and Rainer Sommer (ALPHA Collaboration)The magnitude of the str … - Anomalous Evolution of the Near-Side Jet Peak Shape in Pb-Pb Collisions at $\sqrt{{s}_{NN}}=2.76\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{TeV}$

Author(s): J. Adam et al. (ALICE Collaboration)The measurement of two-particle angular correlations is a powerful tool to study jet quenching in a ${p}_{T}$ region inaccessible by direct jet identific … - Autoresonance Cooling of Ions in an Electrostatic Ion Beam Trap

Author(s): R. K. Gangwar, K. Saha, O. Heber, M. L. Rappaport, and D. ZajfmanAutoresonance (AR) cooling of a bunch of ions oscillating inside an electrostatic ion beam trap is demonstrated for the firs … - Interatomic Coulombic Decay: The Mechanism for Rapid Deexcitation of Hollow Atoms

Author(s): Richard A. Wilhelm, Elisabeth Gruber, Janine Schwestka, Roland Kozubek, Teresa I. Madeira, José P. Marques, Jacek Kobus, Arkady V. Krasheninnikov, Marika Schleberger, and Friedrich AumayrIn … - Electron Surfing and Drift Accelerations in a Weibel-Dominated High-Mach-Number Shock

Author(s): Yosuke Matsumoto, Takanobu Amano, Tsunehiko N. Kato, and Masahiro HoshinoHow electrons get accelerated to relativistic energies in a high-Mach-number quasiperpendicular shock is presented b … - Localization Effects on Magnetotransport of a Disordered Weyl Semimetal

Author(s): E. Khalaf and P. M. OstrovskyWe study longitudinal magnetotransport in a disordered Weyl semimetal taking into account localization effects in the vicinity of a Weyl node exactly. In a magn … - Negative Longitudinal Magnetoresistance from the Anomalous $N=0$ Landau Level in Topological Materials

Author(s): B. A. Assaf, T. Phuphachong, E. Kampert, V. V. Volobuev, P. S. Mandal, J. Sánchez-Barriga, O. Rader, G. Bauer, G. Springholz, L. A. de Vaulchier, and Y. GuldnerAnalysis of the magnetoresist … - Guiding Waves Along an Infinitesimal Line between Impedance Surfaces

Author(s): Dia’aaldin J. Bisharat and Daniel F. SievenpiperWe present a new electromagnetic mode that forms at the interface between two planar surfaces laid side by side in free space, effectively gu … - Hydrogen Clathrate Structures in Rare Earth Hydrides at High Pressures: Possible Route to Room-Temperature Superconductivity

Author(s): Feng Peng, Ying Sun, Chris J. Pickard, Richard J. Needs, Qiang Wu, and Yanming MaA first-principles search among possible rare earth hydrogen clathrate structures under high pressure predic … - Dimensional Crossover of Charge-Density Wave Correlations in the Cuprates

Author(s): Yosef Caplan and Dror OrgadShort-range charge-density wave correlations are ubiquitous in underdoped cuprates. They are largely confined to the copper-oxygen planes and typically oscillate … - Correlation of Fe-Based Superconductivity and Electron-Phonon Coupling in an $\mathrm{FeAs}/\text{Oxide}$ Heterostructure

Author(s): Seokhwan Choi, Steven Johnston, Won-Jun Jang, Klaus Koepernik, Ken Nakatsukasa, Jong Mok Ok, Hyun-Jung Lee, Hyun Woo Choi, Alex Taekyung Lee, Alireza Akbari, Yannis K. Semertzidis, Yunkyu B … - Spin Flips versus Spin Transport in Nonthermal Electrons Excited by Ultrashort Optical Pulses in Transition Metals

Author(s): V. Shokeen, M. Sanchez Piaia, J.-Y. Bigot, T. Müller, P. Elliott, J. K. Dewhurst, S. Sharma, and E. K. U. GrossA joint theoretical and experimental investigation is performed to understand … - Magnon Spin-Momentum Locking: Various Spin Vortices and Dirac magnons in Noncollinear Antiferromagnets

Author(s): Nobuyuki OkumaWe generalize the concept of the spin-momentum locking to magnonic systems and derive the formula to calculate the spin expectation value for one-magnon states of general two- … - Signatures of the Chiral Anomaly in Phonon Dynamics

Author(s): P. Rinkel, P. L. S. Lopes, and Ion GarateDiscovered in high-energy physics, the chiral anomaly has recently made way to materials science by virtue of Weyl semimetals (WSM). Thus far, the m … - Spin-Valley Half-Metal as a Prospective Material for Spin Valleytronics

Author(s): A. V. Rozhkov, A. L. Rakhmanov, A. O. Sboychakov, K. I. Kugel, and Franco NoriHalf-metallicity (full spin polarization of the Fermi surface) usually occurs in strongly correlated electron s … - Superpropulsion of Droplets and Soft Elastic Solids

Author(s): Christophe Raufaste, Gabriela Ramos Chagas, Thierry Darmanin, Cyrille Claudet, Frédéric Guittard, and Franck CelestiniAn oscillating surface can propel a drop of water or a springy ball upw … - Self-Driven Droplet Powered By Active Nematics

Author(s): Tong Gao and Zhaorui LiActive matter defines a class of far-away-from-equilibrium systems comprising self-driven microparticles. Their anomalous physical properties could be applied in area … - Response of Soft Continuous Structures and Topological Defects to a Temperature Gradient

Author(s): Rei Kurita, Shun Mitsui, and Hajime TanakaThermophoresis, which is mass transport induced by a temperature gradient, has recently attracted considerable attention as a new way to transport … - Effects of Trimethylamine-$N$-oxide on the Conformation of Peptides and its Implications for Proteins

Author(s): Zhaoqian Su, Farbod Mahmoudinobar, and Cristiano L. DiasThe stabilization of folded proteins via the osmolyte TMAO is studied theoretically using molecular dynamics simulations, providing n … - Bet Hedging against Demographic Fluctuations

Author(s): BingKan Xue and Stanislas LeiblerBiological organisms have to cope with stochastic variations in both the external environment and the internal population dynamics. Theoretical studies and … - Fractal Dimension of Interfaces in Edwards-Anderson and Long-range Ising Spin Glasses: Determining the Applicability of Different Theoretical Descriptions

Author(s): Wenlong Wang, M. A. Moore, and Helmut G. KatzgraberThe fractal dimension of excitations in glassy systems gives information on the critical dimension at which the droplet picture of spin gl … - No Evidence for Extensions to the Standard Cosmological Model

Author(s): Alan Heavens, Yabebal Fantaye, Elena Sellentin, Hans Eggers, Zafiirah Hosenie, Steve Kroon, and Arrykrishna MootoovalooWe compute the Bayesian evidence for models considered in the main ana … - Fundamental Resolution of Difficulties in the Theory of Charged Point Defects in Semiconductors

Author(s): Yu-Ning Wu, X.-G. Zhang, and Sokrates T. PantelidesA defect’s formation energy is a key theoretical quantity that allows the calculation of equilibrium defect concentrations in solids and a … - Competition between Polar and Nonpolar Lattice Distortions in Oxide Quantum Wells: New Critical Thickness at Polar Interfaces

Author(s): J. Gazquez, M. Stengel, R. Mishra, M. Scigaj, M. Varela, M. A. Roldan, J. Fontcuberta, F. Sánchez, and G. HerranzThe balance between two competing order parameters can be controlled by quan … - Exotic Non-Abelian Topological Defects in Lattice Fractional Quantum Hall States

Author(s): Zhao Liu, Gunnar Möller, and Emil J. BergholtzWe investigate extrinsic wormholelike twist defects that effectively increase the genus of space in lattice versions of multicomponent fraction … - Nonlinear Ultrafast Spin Scattering in the Skyrmion Phase of ${\mathrm{Cu}}_{2}{\mathrm{OSeO}}_{3}$

Author(s): M. C. Langner, S. Roy, S. W. Huang, J. D. Koralek, Y.-D. Chuang, G. L. Dakovski, J. J. Turner, J. S. Robinson, R. N. Coffee, M. P. Minitti, S. Seki, Y. Tokura, and R. W. SchoenleinUltrafast … - Effects of Contact-Line Pinning on the Adsorption of Nonspherical Colloids at Liquid Interfaces

Author(s): Anna Wang, W. Benjamin Rogers, and Vinothan N. ManoharanThe effects of contact-line pinning are well known in macroscopic systems but are only just beginning to be explored at the microscal … - Mechanism for Mechanical Wave Break in the Heart Muscle

Author(s): L. D. Weise and A. V. PanfilovUsing a reaction-diffusion-mechanics model we identify a mechanism for mechanical wave break in the heart muscle. For a wide range of strengths and durations a … - Mean-Field Scaling of the Superfluid to Mott Insulator Transition in a 2D Optical Superlattice

Author(s): Claire K. Thomas, Thomas H. Barter, Tsz-Him Leung, Masayuki Okano, Gyu-Boong Jo, Jennie Guzman, Itamar Kimchi, Ashvin Vishwanath, and Dan M. Stamper-KurnPrecise, quantitative tests of many- … - Spectroscopy of a Synthetic Trapped Ion Qubit

Author(s): David Hucul, Justin E. Christensen, Eric R. Hudson, and Wesley C. CampbellThe trapping and cooling of the radioactive isotope barium-133 offers up an attractive system for encoding quantum … - Radio Frequency Magneto-Optical Trapping of CaF with High Density

Author(s): Loïc Anderegg, Benjamin L. Augenbraun, Eunmi Chae, Boerge Hemmerling, Nicholas R. Hutzler, Aakash Ravi, Alejandra Collopy, Jun Ye, Wolfgang Ketterle, and John M. DoyleSignificant improvemen … - Concurrency-Induced Transitions in Epidemic Dynamics on Temporal Networks

Author(s): Tomokatsu Onaga, James P. Gleeson, and Naoki MasudaSocial contact networks underlying epidemic processes in humans and animals are highly dynamic. The spreading of infections on such tempor … - Pairing Dynamics of Polar States in a Quenched $p$-Wave Superfluid Fermi Gas

Author(s): Sukjin Yoon and Gentaro WatanabeWe study the pairing dynamics of polar states in a single species $p$-wave superfluid Fermi gas following a sudden change of the interaction strength. The an … - Fluctuation Theorem for Many-Body Pure Quantum States

Author(s): Eiki Iyoda, Kazuya Kaneko, and Takahiro SagawaWe prove the second law of thermodynamics and the nonequilibrium fluctuation theorem for pure quantum states. The entire system obeys reversibl … - Enhancing the Spectral Hardening of Cosmic TeV Photons by Mixing with Axionlike Particles in the Magnetized Cosmic Web

Author(s): Daniele Montanino, Franco Vazza, Alessandro Mirizzi, and Matteo VielLarge-scale extragalactic magnetic fields may induce conversions between very-high-energy photons and axionlike particles … - Measured Emittance Dependence on the Injection Method in Laser Plasma Accelerators

Author(s): S. K. Barber, J. van Tilborg, C. B. Schroeder, R. Lehe, H.-E. Tsai, K. K. Swanson, S. Steinke, K. Nakamura, C. G. R. Geddes, C. Benedetti, E. Esarey, and W. P. LeemansSingle-shot, charge-de … - Multivalency-Driven Formation of Te-Based Monolayer Materials: A Combined First-Principles and Experimental study

Author(s): Zhili Zhu, Xiaolin Cai, Seho Yi, Jinglei Chen, Yawei Dai, Chunyao Niu, Zhengxiao Guo, Maohai Xie, Feng Liu, Jun-Hyung Cho, Yu Jia, and Zhenyu ZhangContemporary science is witnessing a rapid … - Strong Linear Dichroism in Spin-Polarized Photoemission from Spin-Orbit-Coupled Surface States

Author(s): H. Bentmann, H. Maaß, E. E. Krasovskii, T. R. F. Peixoto, C. Seibel, M. Leandersson, T. Balasubramanian, and F. ReinertA comprehensive understanding of spin-polarized photoemission is cruci … - Electrically Controllable Magnetism in Twisted Bilayer Graphene

Author(s): Luis A. Gonzalez-Arraga, J. L. Lado, Francisco Guinea, and Pablo San-JoseTwisted graphene bilayers develop highly localized states around $AA$-stacked regions for small twist angles. We sho …